The Classical Era

"Classy Classics" - these appeal to everyone! A bit overused, but with tremendous appeal nonetheless, is "Mostly Mozart". A program of classics is a great place to feature soloists, small ensembles and guest artists.

TITLE, COMPOSER/ARRANGER (GRADE, CATALOG #)

Classical Music for Flexible Flute Ensemble, Volume 1, arr. Phyllis Louke (II-III, FC-193)

Classical Music for Flexible Flute Ensemble, Volume 2, arr. Phyllis Louke (II, FC-300)

Minuet and Dance of the Blessed Spirits, Gluck/arr. Dorli McWayne (II-III, FC-73)

Tambourin, Gossec/arr. Michael Axtell (III, FC-105)

A Sacred Collection, Vol. 1: Ave Verum Corpus, Mozart/arr. Rebecca Magg (II-III, FC-16)

Divertimento in D Major, K. 136, Mozart/arr. Hiroshi Hari (III, FC-83)

Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Mozart/arr. Dorli McWayne (III, FC-42)

The Marriage of Figaro: Cavatina and Finale from Act II, Mozart/arr. Martha Rearick (IV, FC-97)

Rondo, K184b, Mozart/arr. Austin Alan Scott (III+, FC-131)

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