A recording of flute etudes (studies) that are intended to be an educational aid to assist students to learn some of the popular studies.
Flutist Larry Krantz holds a Bachelor of Music degree (clarinet) from the University of Calgary, a Master of Music degree (woodwind specialist – flute major) from Michigan State University, and has completed a year of post graduate study (flute) at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, England. His principal woodwind teachers have included: Israel Borouchoff, Geoffrey Gilbert and Averil Williams (flute), Dr. Stanley Finn (clarinet), Denis Jackson, Joe Lulloff (saxophone), Dr. Daniel Stolper (oboe).Larry's past teaching appointments include; the Denis Jackson Studio, Calgary Conservatory, University of Lethbridge, Medicine Hat College, Central Valley Academy of Music, & Chilliwack Academy of Music. He has been conductor and musical director for the Medicine Hat Symphony, director of the Medicine Hat College Jazz Band, and conductor of the Abbotsford Concert Band.
Kohler – Twelve Moderately Difficult Pieces Op33, Vol.2 (flute)
Kuhlau – Divertissement in G Op68#1 (flute)