Posts Tagged ‘flute’

Music for Flute and Piano by Respighi, Fauré & Franck

By Brilliant Classics Rebecca Taio’s choice to programme these well-known pieces from the great repertoire for violin and Source

Beethoven: Complete Chamber Music with Flute

By Brilliant Classics Showpiece variations, folksongs, little-known trios and an early masterpiece: an unrivalled survey of Beethoven’s flute Source

China’s Reed Flute Cave: A Natural Masterpiece with a Rich History

There are a lot of fascinating natural wonders in the world, but one of the most interesting is the Reed Flute Cave in Guilin, in southern China. The Reed Flute Cave is a limestone cave known for its beautiful natural rock formations, outdoor reeds, and ancient inscriptions, and is now a popular tourist destination. The […]

Striking the Right Note – Rare Bone Flute Unearthed in Kent

A pre-development dig by Cotswold Archeology at Herne Bay in Kent, England, has uncovered evidence of settlement from the Bronze Age to the Roman period and again in the medieval period. Read more Section:  Artifacts Other Artifacts News History & Archaeology Read Later  Source

Ferdinand Ries’ Sonatas for Flute & Piano

The figure of Ferdinand Ries (1784–1838) enjoys a peripheral familiarity among music-lovers as the friend and amanuensis of Beethoven. Source

Philidor: Suites for Flute

From Brilliant Classics The Philidor musical dynasty begins with André Danican Philidor (1652-1730), a musician and composer who played in many of Lully’s productions. Among several musical younger relations, Pierre Danican Philidor (1681-1731) was one of the most talented: a wind player like his uncle André but also a violist. In this capacity he joined […]

Peaceful Flute Music: Melodies for Flute and Harp

This is a great collection of beautiful music for you to enjoy. The flute and harp work together magically. [embedded content] Share now! Source

With More than a Hundred Pipes: Music for Pan Flute & Organ

From Brilliant Classics The combination of the Pan Flute and the Organ makes perfect sense, given that the organ is in fact a giant pan flute in the production of the tone. How well the two instruments fit together and how beautifully they can grow to form one large instrument is demonstrated on the present […]

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