Chaminade Concertino Opus 107-Flute and Piano-Enoch
Chaminade Concertino Opus 107-Flute and Piano-Schott (FTR229) Chaminade Concertino has remained one of the most popular pieces in the flute repertoire. Suitable for advanced players, the Concertino Opus 107 (originally for flute and orchestra) has been arranged for flute and piano reduction. Written in 1902 for the Paris Conservatoire Concours. this concertino in D Major contains beautiful romantic, melodic lines with sparkling technical passages.
French composer, Cécile Louise Stéphanie Chaminade (1857-1944) was also a renowned pianist. She studied composition privately with Benjamin Godard as her father would not allow her to attend a music conservatoire. As a solo pianist, she proved popular with audiences in both the UK and the USA alike . She gave her debut London performance in 1892 and her American debut in 1908 performing a composition of hers with the Philadephia Orchestra. She continued to perform in numerous concert tours across the UK and US. Chaminade’s compositional output includes numerous piano works and songs, an opera, orchestral suites, a ballet and the much loved ‘Concertino Opus 107’ for flute and piano, amongst other works.
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