Trios for flutes, transcribed and edited by Kovács Imre, Zempléni László

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Editio Musica Budapest is launching a new series entitled Musica da camera. As its very general title indicates, the publishers' intention is that the volumes in this series, which is designed specifically for music school students, will include works composed for chamber ensembles of every kind, from the trio to the sextet. The first two volumes contain mostly transcriptions for three and four flutes respectively, selected from every period of music history from the late Renaissance to the present day.

1.
Arcadelt, Jacob: Madrigal ("Nous voyons que les hommes")
2.
Le Jeune, Cl.: Chanson ("Le beau du monde")
3.
Frescobaldi, Girolamo: Canzona (Il primo libro delle canzoni, 1628)
4.
Lully, Jean-Baptiste: Menuet (Idylle sur la paix)
5.
Fischer, Johann Caspar Ferdinand: Gavotte
6.
Fischer, Johann Caspar Ferdinand: March
7.
Fux, J. J.: Allegro
8.
Schmikerer, J.A.: Round dance
9.
Telemann, Georg Philipp: Passepied (Ouverture a-Moll, TWV 55)
10.
Telemann, Georg Philipp: Menuet (Ouverture a-Moll, TWV 55)
11.
Graupner, Chr.: Rondeau (Ouverture G-Dur)
12.
Händel, Georg Friedrich: Menuet
13.
Ismeretlen szerző: ABCD
14.
Giardini, Felice de: Viva tutte le vezzose
15.
Haydn, Joseph: Cassationsstück (12 Cassations-Stücke Nr. 6, Hob. XII:19)
16.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: Notturno ("Due pupille amabile", K.439)
17.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: Notturno ("Luci care, luci belle", K.346)
18.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: Fuga (Attwood-Studien, K. 506a)
19.
Zelter, Carl Friedrich: Hustle and bustle
20.
Smetana, Bedrich: My star
21.
Smetana, Bedrich: Return of the swallows
22.
Rimsky-Korsakov, Nicolai: Golden cloud
23.
Sugár Rezső: Evening
24.
Sugár Rezső: Spring song
25.
Zempléni László: Three Christmas carols
26.
Horváth Balázs: The three brothers

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