Haydn: Trio no 1 in D for flute choir (3 fl, alto fl, bass fl)

Composer
Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)
Year of composition
1775
Year of arrangement
2009
Lyricist
none
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
5 minutes
Genre
Classical music
Instrumentation
Quintet (Flute)
Instrumental parts
Related scores
ROSSINI, Gioacchino: Sonata in D for Flute Choir, after String Sonata no 6 in D (3fl, afl, bfl)., ROSSINI, Gioacchino: Sonata in F for Flute Choir, after String Sonata 5 in E flat (3fl, afl, bassfl), André, Johann Anton: Four Sonatinas for Four Flutes (four flutes in C; originally for piano), CHABRIER, Emmanuel: Danse villageoise (Suite Pastorale (1888), #2) for Flute Choir (picc, 3fl, afl, bfl), ROSSINI, Gioacchino: Sonata in G for Flute Choir (3fl, afl, bassfl), CARULLI, Ferdinando: Duettino no 3 (Op. 191) arranged for flute quartet (4fl)., SHARP, Cecil: Morris Dances, arr. for Flute Choir (picc., 2fl, afl, bfl, tambourine), BIZET, Georges: Intermezzo from Carmen Suite no 1, arranged for Flute Choir (3fl, afl, bfl), DEBUSSY, Claude: Bruyères (Preludes pour piano, 2. 5) for Flute Choir (3fl, afl, bfl), BUTTERWORTH, George: The Banks of Green Willow, arr. for Flute Choir (4fl, afl, bfl), ARBEAU, Thoinot: Orchesographie (1589), Dances from, for Flute Choir (picc., 2fl, afl, bfl + side drum and tambourine)., Beethoven: Turkish March from The Ruins of Athens (Op. 113) arranged for Flute Choir (picc, 3fl, afl, bfl), PLEYEL, Ignaz: Quartet in D (after Op. 41, no 4) for Flute Choir (2fl, afl, bfl), BOCCHERINI, Luigi: String Trio, Opus 4.1 for Flute Choir (2fl, afl, bfl), DVORAK, Anton: Serenade for Strings, Op. 22, # 2 Tempo di Valse for Flute Choir (3fl, afl,bfl), DVORAK, Anton: Serenade for Strings, Op. 22 # 1: Moderato for Flute Choir (3fl, afl, bfl), SAILORS’ HORNPIPE and Three other Sea Pieces for Flute Choir (picc, fl, afl, bfl), ALBERT, Prince Consort: Melody for Flute Choir (2 fl, afl, bfl), BORODIN: Notturno from String Quartet no 2, for Flute Choir (3fl, afl, bfl), Brahms, Johannes: Hungarian Dances 16 and 17 for Flute Choir (2fl, afl, bfl), DOTZAUER, J.J.F., Pot-Pourri, Op. 21 arranged for Flute Choir (3fl, afl, bfl), Scottish Jacobite Songs of Rebellion, Set 2, for Flute Choir (picc., 2fl, afl, bfl), Scottish Jacobite Songs of Rebellion, Set 1, for Flute Choir (picc., 2 fl, afl, bfl), Mendelssohn, Felix: Two Songs (Op. 63, 1 and 3) for Flute Choir (3 fl, afl, bassfl), MOZART: Quartets from Early Piano Sketches for Flute Choir (2fl,afl,bfl), Tchaikovsky: Elegie from the Serenade for Strings (Op. 48) for Flute Choir (3fl, afl, bass fl), PUGNANI, Gaetano: Sonata no 3 in C (Six Sonatas, Op 7) arr. for Flute Choir (2fl, afl, bassfl), Koehler, Ernesto: Six Salon Pieces, Op. 60, arranged for Flute Choir (2fl, afl, bfl), Koehler, Ernesto: ’Danse des Marionettes’ (Six Salon Pieces, Op. 60) for Flute Choir (2fl, afl, bfl), FISCHER, Johann Christian: Six Duets for Transverse Flutes, Pichl, Vaclav: Duo no 1 in C for alto and bass flutes, VANHAL, John Baptist: Quartet in F, arr. for Flute Choir (2fl, afl, bassfl)., Vanhal, Johann Baptist: Flute Quartet in F (fl, vln, vla, cello), Call, Leonhard von: Flute Trio in D, Op. 2, no 1, Godard, Benjamin: Suite de Trois Morceaux, Op. 116 arranged for Flute Choir (3 fl, alto fl, bass fl), Mozart: 12 Variations on ’La Bergere Celimene’ (K. 359) for 3 flutes and alto fl., Weber: Rondo in C for flute and piano, SAINT-SAENS: Andante quasi allegretto (from Violin Concerto no 3) for Flute Choir (3fl, afl, bassfl), 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 D (after Piano Sonatina in D, Op. 36, no. 6), Clementi: Flute Trio in G (arranged from Piano Sonatina, Op 36, no 2), SAINT-SAENS: Danse Macabre, Opus 40, for Flute Choir (3fl, afl, bassfl), Mozart, ’Flute Concerto’ in D, after Violin Concerto no 4 (K.218) for flute choir (3fl, a fl, bassfl), movt 3, Rondo., Mozart: 12 Variations on ’La Bergere Celimene’ (K. 359) for Flute Choir (2fl, afl, bassfl)., Tchaikovsky: Waltz from the Serenade for Strings (Op. 48) for Flute Choir (3 fl, afl, bass fl), Mendelssohn: Song without Words, Book 8, #43, for flute choir (2fl, afl, bass fl), Weber: Eight Waltzes for Four Flutes, Beethoven: Romance in G for flute solo and flute choir, Grieg: Waltz in A minor (Op. 12) for Flute Choir (2fl, afl, bfl), Mozart, ’Flute Concerto’ in D (after Violin Concerto no 4, K. 218) for flute choir (3fl, afl, bassfl), movt 1, Allegro. , Haydn: Trio no 4 in F for flute choir (3 fl, alto fl, bass fl), Christmas Carols from Poland for Flute Choir, Elgar, Edward: Salut d’amour, Op. 12 for flute choir (3fl, alt.fl., bass), Matiegka: Notturno for Flute Choir (Lento and Zingara only) 3fl, afl, bassfl, Giuliani: Pieces faciles et agreables Op. 74 (flute and piano), Debussy: Le Petit Negre for Flute Choir (2fl, afl, bfl), Carulli: Three Duettinos for Flute and Piano. No 1 in D (Op. 191), Diabelli: Andantino and Rondo in C for Flute Choir (2fl, afl, bfl), Burgmuller: Three Nocturnes for alto flute and piano, Schubert: Impromptu in A flat (Opus 142, no 2) for Flute Choir (3fl, afl, bassfl), Weber: German Dance no 5 in D minor, Weber: German Dance no 2 in G for four flutes, Weber: German Dance no 3 in C minor for four flutes, Weber: Romance in F for flute and piano, Giuliani: Northern Dances, Op. 147, Dance # 3 (for flute trio), Giuliani: Northern Dances, Op. 147, Dance no 4 (for flute trio), Weber: German Dance no 4 in D for four flutes and Giuliani: Northern Dances, Op. 147, Dance # 1 (for flute trio)

The first of Haydn’s charming Opus 11 trios, originally for flute, violin and cello (with figured bass), arranged here for flute choir. I have, basically, given the flute part to flute 1 and the cello part to the bass flute while sharing the violin part between the other flutes and adding parts where necessary. Everyone is kept busy, and this is great fun to play, as well as being an excellent concert piece.

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