|Extra Savings on Flutes!|
Purchase a qualifying Azumi, Jupiter, Trevor James, or Yamaha instrument between October 1, 2013 and December 31, 2013 and receive a $50.00-$100.00 manufacturer's rebate! Rebate information will be delivered upon purchase of instrument, and rebates will be sent directly from manufacturer. For further information, please contact the Instrument Department (248)855-0410 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Qualifying Models for $50.00 Rebate:
Jupiter: 301S, 303S, 305S
Jupiter di Medici: 905ES
Azumi: AZ2, AZ3
Jupiter: ,JU511R, JU-515S, JU611R, JU711R
Trevor James: Cantabile, Virtuoso, and Recital Series Flutes
Yamaha: YFL-3*, YFL-4*
Jupiter: JU-517S, JU-519S, JU-521S, JU-617ES, JU-619ES, JU-621ES
Trevor James: Gold Frost Altos
Trevor James: Gold Frost Bass
Qualifying models for $100.00 Rebate:
Yamaha: YPC-62, YPC-62R, YPC-81, YPC-81R
Yamaha: YFL-5*, YFL-6*, YFL-7*, YFL-8*, YFL-9*
*Indicates all model variations beginning with this number are eligible for the specified rebate amount (ex. YFL-6* indicates the YFL-677 and YFL-687HCT are both eligible for a $100 Visa Gift Card rebate).
|Holiday Hours 2013|
Flute World will be closed on:
Thursday, November 28th for Thanksgiving
Wednesday, December 25th for Christmas Day
Wednesday, January 1st for New Year’s Day
We will have shortened hours on:
Tuesday, December 24th (10am-2pm) for Christmas Eve
Tuesday, December 31st (10am-2pm) for New Year’s Eve
|InterHarmony Internationales Musik-Festival|
One of our distinguished customers, Patricia Creighton, will be teaching at a summer music festival in Tuscany, Italy, on July 2-14 and 15-27, 2014. We wish her much success! There are still a few spots open, so please visit https://www.facebook.com/InterHarmony?fref=ts for more information about the event!
|Now Available for Flute Orchestra: Toccata and Fugue by J.S. Bach|
Toccata and Fugue in d minor by J.S. Bach
Arranged for Flute Orchestra by Shaul Ben-Meir
Scored for 6 C Flutes, 2 Alto Flutes, 2 Bass Flutes and Contrabass Flute
Includes score and parts
Of all the memorable pieces that J.S. Bach composed, perhaps one stands out a little more than the rest - the famous Toccata and Fugue in d minor, one of the most well-known and recognizable works in the organ repertoire. As with much of Bach's music for organ, no autograph manuscript exists, but the probable time of composition is between 1703 and 1707.
The work begins with a free-form Toccata, and improvisory-style piece used as a prelude. This work is one of Bach's most original creations, and one of the most free in form. It probably began life as an improvisation by the master himself in St. Thomas' Church in Leipzig. The word toccata comes from the Italian word "touched" and it was originally a piece designed to show off the player's touch and skill. The toccata was often built on a brilliant, rapid flow of sixteenth notes, and that form has had an enduring appeal.
The similarity of the tone production and timbre of the flute to that of the organ makes this arrangement compatible for the flute orchestra. In this arrangement, some of the the musical lines are reconstructed to overcome the flute's technical limitations and facilitate the melodic flow.
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|Flute World is now a Nagahara Flute and Headjoint Dealer!|
Flute World is now a Nagahara Flute and Headjoint dealer! We are honored to be the first Nagahara dealer in the United States! For more information and availability, please contact our instrument department at (248) 855-0410 or email@example.com.