Clementi: Flute Trio in D (after Piano Sonatina in D, Op. 36, no. 6)

Composer
Muzio Clementi
Year of composition
1810
Year of arrangement
2010
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
5 minutes
Genre
Classical music
Instrumentation
Trio of Flutes
Instrumental parts
Related scores
Carulli, Ferdinando: Flute Trios from 18 Petits Morceaux pour Guitarre, Op.211, nos 13-18, CARULLI, Ferdinando: Flute Trios from 18 Petits Morceaux pour Guitarre, Op.211, nos 7-12 (3fl), DEVIENNE, Francois: Duo no 5 in G for 3 flutes (Op.57), DEVIENNE, Francois: Duo no 4 in C for 3 flutes (Op.57), DEVIENNE, Francois: Duo No 3 in D for 3 flutes (Op. 57), DEVIENNE, Francois: Duo No 1 in C for 3 flutes (Op. 57), André, Johann Anton: Four Sonatinas for Four Flutes (four flutes in C; originally for piano), CARULLI, Ferdinando: Duettino no 3 (Op. 191) arranged for flute quartet (4fl)., PLEYEL, IGNAZ: Sonata no 2 in G (B.6011), arranged for 3 flutes, PLEYEL, IGNAZ: Sonata in F (B.6011) arranged for 3 flutes, PLEYEL, Ignaz: Six Easy Pieces for Three Flutes (3fl), PLEYEL, Ignaz: Quartet in D (after Op. 41, no 4) for Flute Choir (2fl, afl, bfl), MOZART,W.A.: Quartets for Four C Flutes from Early Piano Pieces. (4fl), KUFFNER, Josef: Minuet and Rondo from Serenade, Op 4 for Flute Choir (3fl, afl, bfl), SAILORS’ HORNPIPE and Three other Sea Pieces for Flute Choir (picc, fl, afl, bfl), PUGNANI, Gaetano: Sonata no 3 in C (Six Sonatas, Op 7) arr. for Flute Choir (2fl, afl, bassfl), Clementi: Flute Trio in G (arranged from Piano Sonatina, Op 36, no 2), Koehler, Ernesto: ’Danse des Marionettes’ (Six Salon Pieces, Op. 60) for Flute Choir (2fl, afl, bfl), FISCHER, Johann Christian: Six Duets for Transverse Flutes, Hornpipe: Sunshine hornpipe for flute and piano, Clementi: Flute Trio in F (after Piano sonatina Op. 36, no 4), Clementi: Flute Trio in C (after Piano Sonatina in C, Op. 36, no 3), Clementi: Flute Trio in C (after Piano Sonatina, Op. 36, no 1), Sor, Fernando: Allegretto arr. for Wind Trio (fl., ob., bn), Kuffner, Josef: Landler (2) for 3 clarinets, Couperin: Le Moucheron arranged for 4 C flutes, Christmas Carols for Four Concert Flutes, Haydn: Trio no 1 in D for flute choir (3 fl, alto fl, bass fl), DEVIENNE, Francois: Duo no 2 in G for 3 flutes, CARULLI, Ferdinando: Flute Trios from 18 Petits Morceaux pour Guitarre, Op.211, nos 1-6 (3 fl), Beethoven: Romance in G for flute solo and flute choir, Schubert: Fifteen Original Dances from D.365 arranged for Flute Choir (2fl, afl, bassfl), Mozart, ’Flute Concerto’ in A (after Violin Concerto no 5, K. 219), for flute choir (3 fl, afl bassfl), movt 2, Adagio., Mozart, ’Flute Concerto’ in D (after Violin Concerto no 4, K. 218) for flute choir (3fl, afl, bassfl), movt 1, Allegro. , Weber: German Dance no 5 in D minor, Koehler: Valse des Fleurs, Op. 87 (2 solo fl; fl, fl, afl, bass fl), Grieg: Solveg’s Song for Flute Choir (3 fl, alto fl, bass fl), Christmas Carols from Poland for Flute Choir, Matiegka: Notturno for Flute Choir (Lento and Zingara only) 3fl, afl, bassfl, Brooks-Davies: Suite for Flute Choir (picc., 3 fl, alto fl, bass fl), Carulli: Three Duettinos for Flute and Piano. No 1 in D (Op. 191), Christmas Carols for flute duet, Kuffner, Josef: Landler (1) for 3 clarinets, Burgmuller: Three Nocturnes for alto flute and piano, Weber: German Dance no 2 in G for four flutes, Schubert: Impromptu in G (Op. 90, #3) for 4 clarinets, Giuliani: Northern Dances, Op. 147, Dance # 3 (for flute trio), Weber: German Dance no 3 in C minor for four flutes, Weber: German Dance no 4 in D for four flutes, Schubert: Impromptu in A flat (Opus 142, no 2) for Flute Choir (3fl, afl, bassfl), Carulli: Waltz in G arr. for three C flutes, Weber: German Dance no 1 in C for four concert flutes, Giuliani: Northern Dances, Op. 147, Dance no 4 (for flute trio), Giuliani: Northern Dances, Op. 147, Dance # 2 (for flute trio) and Giuliani: Northern Dances, Op. 147, Dance # 1 (for flute trio)

The delightfully melodious and well-known Sonatina in D (Op.36,#6), so often stumbled through by reluctant young pianists, here appears in a new guise, as a concert piece for 3 flutes. It would also make ideal interlude or background music at a function, and could of course be played on clarinets, violins, or any other approriate instrument.

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