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23 x 30 cm, 36 pages

Art.Nr. VHR 3634
ISBN 978-3-86434-024-6
ISMN 979-0-2013-0870-8

Gundel Huschka / Gudrun Bähr

Flöte und Klavier

Quick Overview

Easy pieces from different periods.

: Flute and Piano

In volume three, the flute player will discover even more notes, new musical terms and some unusual playing techniques. There’s a huge amount of music just waiting to be played in this edition.

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Table of contents

Anton Diabelli Andante

Andante cantabile

Carl Reinecke Gebet zur Nacht

Johann Philipp Krieger Menuett

Traditional England The Cockfight

Ludwig van Beethoven Marmotte

Emil Kronke Serenade

Anton Diabelli Allegretto

Edward Elgar Andante

Traditional Peru Las Estrellas

Traditional Chile Huachi Torito

Carl Reinecke Der Geburtstagsgratulant

Georg Philipp Telemann Presto

Edward Elgar Allegretto

Abe Schwartz Sher

Carl Reinecke Regenlied

Johann Fischer ? Suite (Air - Bourré - Menuet - Angloise)

Traditional Italien Carnival di Napoli

Charles Dancla Air de ballet


Jürgen Moser Der Alte mit der Pfeife

Authors portrait

Gudrun Bähr was born in Montevideo, Uruguay, and grew up in South America. Studying flute and recorder at the Nuremberg Meistersinger Conservatoire, she graduated as a fully qualified music teacher. She completed her postgraduate studies in flute at the Conservatoire in Frankfurt am Main. Performing regularly as a soloist and in chamber ensembles in concerts in Germany and South America, she has also participated in various world premieres of works by contemporary composers, as well as on radio, TV and CDs. Gudrun worked as a lecturer on flute and pedagogy at the music teacher training colleges in Dinkelsbühl and Sulzbach-Rosenberg. She has been a teacher at the Labenwolf Gymnasium since 1994 and has also taught at the Conservatoire in Nuremberg since 2005.

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Gundel Huschka studied flute with Hans-Peter Schmitz in Berlin and graduated as an orchestral musician and private music teacher. She then completed her training as a primary school teacher and participated in training courses with Hermann Klemeyer, Gunther Pohl and James Galway. As well as her concert activity at home and abroad, she was a lecturer at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg for over 20 years. She has taught at the Labenwolf Gymnasium since 1998. Gundel devotes most of her spare time to choral singing.

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