JEANNE BAXTRESSER ORCHESTRAL EXCERPTS PDF

Includes reproductions of orchestral parts, as most commonly used today, with print style, breaks, and page turns true to the originals. A second pull-out book in the volume includes rarely reprinted alto flute parts with advice on performance by David Cramer, Associate Principal Flute, Philadelphia Orchestra. Baxtresser has chosen the most-requested audition pieces, and many of the most beautiful duets in the orchestral repertoire for Great Flute Duos. All flute parts are printed exactly as they appear in the most often used editions, retaining the original page breaks and turns to replicate the audition experience. Each excerpt is presented along with Ms.

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One subject that I think is beneficial for players of all backgrounds is becoming familiar with some of the most common and recognizable excerpts for flute from the great orchestral works. Aside from the obvious benefit of helping to prepare for auditions for those who are interested in pursuing that route, it is really a lot of fun to learn to play some of the famous works that we all have heard performed by the best of the best for years!

Rather than breaking down and discussing the most popular of these excerpts, I wanted to give you, our loyal readers, some resources for exploring them on your own. Baxtresser has been the principal flautist in the New York Philharmonic for 15 years and studied at Juilliard with Julius Baker. Her Excerpts book contains helpful tips and performance notes, errata, new and alternate fingerings, suggested tempi for all pieces, and the pieces are presented in their most common appearance and format.

It also includes two updated, professional, principal flute audition lists. It can be found on Amazon or J. Pepper music. For those who may be more interested in simply becoming more familiar with music that you have heard performed, the International Music Score Library Project IMSLP is an amazing database for the promotion of music that operates under the public domain. Only pieces that may be legally shared and are not protected under copyright are available on the site, and they are often scanned from music libraries.

Fortunately, this includes many older orchestral pieces, and they are available as individual parts seen as they are performed or as full scores. Check it out and search by composer, genre, instrument, and many more at imslp. Orchestral excerpts, with their wide range and skill requirement, are a great way to try new flutes to see just how they perform.

Erin has several orchestral excerpt collections and pieces, including the Baxtresser anthology, in the shop.

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One subject that I think is beneficial for players of all backgrounds is becoming familiar with some of the most common and recognizable excerpts for flute from the great orchestral works. Aside from the obvious benefit of helping to prepare for auditions for those who are interested in pursuing that route, it is really a lot of fun to learn to play some of the famous works that we all have heard performed by the best of the best for years! Rather than breaking down and discussing the most popular of these excerpts, I wanted to give you, our loyal readers, some resources for exploring them on your own. Baxtresser has been the principal flautist in the New York Philharmonic for 15 years and studied at Juilliard with Julius Baker.

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