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Six Trios, Opus 83 composed by James Hook (1746-1827)Edited by H. Voxman for 3 FlutesIncludes SCORE ONLYThis unique 18th-century collection of pieces for flute by James Hook has been completely revised and edited for intermediate to advanced level instrumentalists. Each is a three-movement work in typical fast-slow-fast Baroque format. Suitable for contest, concert or church performance, these pieces appear on several state contest lists.
Hook, a British composer and organist, composed this piece around 1796. It was originally written for three flutes or violins, and was dedicated to the Earl of Abingdon. Contents: The six trios' movements are: Trio 1 in D: Allegro con spiritoAndantino e sempre pianoRondoTrio 2 in F: AllegrettoAndante sicilianoMenuetto spiritosoTrio 3 in D: Allegro con spiritoAndantino siciliano e sempre pianoRondo Trio 4 in G:AllegrettoAdagio e sempre pianoAllegrettoTrio 5 in D: Allegro moderatoAdagio e sempre pianoMarciaTrio 6 in G: AllegrettoCanoneRondo