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Uncommon Sheet Music for Flute and Alto Flute

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Our clarinet transcription of the Brahms’ Op.91 viola part has been so popular that we wanted to offer our customers another option for voice, clarinet, and piano.  We’ve just published a clarinet part, adapted from the original viola part, for Charles Martin Loeffler’s Quatre Poèmes pour Voix, Alto et Piano, Op.5.  In these four songs, Loeffler set to music one poem by Charles Baudelaire and three poems by Paul Verlaine; the work was premiered by the Boston Symphony Orchestra with Loeffler himself on viola.

We at NSM were delighted to be asked by the flute/viola/piano trio Ensemble Aubade to create this viola part, so their group could perform the Farrenc Trio with viola in lieu of the original cello.  It was a terrific idea, and we’re publishing the viola part so that other violists can add it to their repertoire as well.

Continuing along with our Bartók For Children series, John Pratt has just completed an edition of selected pieces from Book 1 for oboe and bassoon.  This new publication includes the same 25 pieces from Book 1, after Hungarian folksongs, as our edition for flute and clarinet, now arranged as duets for oboe (or flute) and bassoon.  Visit the listing page to read more about For Children, and to view a preview page from the oboe and bassoon score:

John Pratt has completed a second edition of arrangements from Bartók’s For Children. This publication includes 25 pieces from Book 1, after Hungarian folksongs, arranged as duets for flute (or oboe) and Bb clarinet. Visit the listing page to read more about For Children, view a preview page of the duet score, and listen to an audio sample:
Though written for solo piano, many of the pieces in Béla Bartók’s For Children collection are entirely or mostly in two voices, making them readily amenable to arrangement for two winds.  Our new publication includes 23 pieces from For Children’s Book 2 (Slovakian folksongs) arranged by John Pratt as duets for flute (or oboe) and clarinet.  Students, teachers, and every-day players can make as much of them as they like ... as simple tunes for beginners content to learn basic notes and rhythms, or as more advanced studies on articulation, musicality, etc.