flute 3 from CARULLI, Ferdinando: Flute Trios from 18 Petits Morceaux pour Guitarre, Op.211, nos 1-6 (3 fl)

Composer
Ferdinando Carulli (1770-1841)
Duration
6 minutes
Genre
Classical music
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Carulli was a celebrated guitar virtuoso and composer for his instrument. The 18 Petits Morceaux, Op. 211, are simple progressive studies full, like all of Carulli's works, of good tunes. I have adapted nos 1 to 6 for 3 concert flutes. The original keys are retained, as are the harmonies. The mainly two parts of the original have been expanded to include a third line, and the top line is shared around between the 3 instruments. My treatment is broadly 'imaginative' while remaining as faithful as possible to Caruli's original. Tempo suggestions and dynamics are editorial. Short, simple, and fun.

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