Second Flute Accompaniments Compatible with All Standard Editions
Composed by Carol Wincenc
Edited by Bryan Wagorn
Published by Hal Leonard / Keiser
Contains 2nd flute parts only
ANDERSEN, Joachim – 24 Etudes for Flute, Op. 15
ANDERSEN, Joachim – 24 Etudes for Flute, Op. 33
BERBIGUIER, Benoit Tranquille – 18 Studies for Flute
MOZART, Wolfgang Amadeus – Flute Concerto No. 1 in G
MOZART, Wolfgang Amadeus – Flute Concerto No. 2 in D
The idea of creating a second flute part has its foundation in the teachings of the great French flutist Marcel Moyse, a pivotal mentor to Carol Wincenc. In lessons, Moyse would accompany the student on his own instrument, and often vocally improvise melodies and/or lyrics. In adding his second line, Moyse was able to underscore the harmonic, melodic, rhythmic structure and shape of the lines in a way which went far beyond any possible verbal explanation. It intuitively teaches rhythmic stability, phrasing, intonation, and quality of sound by playing with the master. This collection is an indispensable resource for any flutist learning or teaching the core repertoire.
We hope that by offering our second flute part, students and teachers will get even more out of learning these essential works in the flute repertoire. The student will be required to attend to several issues, including breathing, intonation, and ensemble. Learning how to breathe quickly in a way which does not disrupt either the melodic line or the ensemble with the other flute part is a practiced skill and must be planned in advance while working alone on the etude. When playing together, careful attention to intonation and the quality of your sound will develop the skills required of an outstanding flutist and of a sensitive chamber musician and collaborator.