Title
Solos for Flute 8-Eastern European and Jewish Melodies
Instrumentation
flute
Arranger
Clark Kimberling
Publisher
Mel Bay Publications
Grade
2-2+
Product Code
03B21MB22015

Solos for flute
Collection 8: Eastern European and Jewish Melodies
by Clark Kimberling
Published by Mel Bay

Introduction:
      This collection is a treasury of melodies originating in Russia, Latvia, Poland, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia, and Hungary, including several from Yiddish and Klezmer sources. The solos are expecially well suited to performance on the flute, and they provide excellent material for developing skills in rapid tonguing, extended breath-control, and phrasing. 
      Arrangements of charming Russian folk tunes include Against the Red Sun and Jump Little Rabbit. Among old favorites are March Slav and In the Field Stood a Birch. Jewish melodies include Hava Nagilah, Hevenu Shalom Alechem and Varnitschkes.

Contents:
A Geneyve - Jewish
Against the Red Sun - Russian
Ah, We Sowed the Millet - Russian
Ah, Why Did It Happen? - Russian
Ah, Why Sit So Sadly? - Russian
Along the Stone-Paved Road - Russian
At the Gates - Russian
Captain's Daughter, Don't Go Strolling at Midnight
Chatskele - Jewish
The Cossack Rode Beyond the Danube - Russian
Fair-Faced Girl - Russian
Genzelech - Jewish
Hava Nagilah - Jewish
Hechalutz (Zum Gali Gali) - Jewish
Hevenu Shalom Alechem - Jewish
Hushaby My Little Bird - Jewish
I, A Young Woman, Shall Walk Along the Danube - Russian
I Bought My Misfortune - Russian
I Was Walking in the Meadows - Russian
In the Field Stood a Birch - Russain
In the Meadows, In the Meadows, Still in the Meadows - Russian
Jump Little Rabbit - Russain
Kaz Dziedaja - Latvian
Kolomeyka - Russian Traditional
Marche Slav - Yugoslavic
Mari of Volga - Hungarian
Mayn Yingele - Jewish
Oh, Thou Vaniushka - Russian
Over the Valleys, Over the Mountains - Russian
Polka Mazurka - Polish
Polka One - Polish
Polka Two - Polish
Polka Three - Polish
Sha, Shtil, Macht Nisht Kayn Geruder! - Jewish
Should I go to the River - Russian
Trink Bruder, Trink Oys! - Morcechai Gebirtig (Jewish)
Twas in Our Wide Lawn - Russian
Twas in the City of Kazan - Russian
Varnitshkes - Jewish
Winter - Mark Warshawski (Jewish)
Yisrael V'Oraita - Jewish
Z'Polska 9 - Clark Kimberling
Zapacho - Clark Kimberling
Zapanska - Clark Kimberling
Zapunzel - Clark Kimberling
Zusa - Clark Kimberling

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