Debussy Syrinx-Solo Flute-Edited by Trevor Wye-Chester
Debussy Syrinx-Solo Flute-Edited by Trevor Wye-Chester. Debussy’s “Syrinx” was composed in 1913 and later published in 1927. This ethereal work for solo flute is a much loved piece in the flute repertoire.
French composer, Claude Debussy was born n 1862 and was a gifted pianist. Aged 11, he studied at the Conservatoire. at age 11. Debussy established himself as one of the most renowned figures of French music.
British flautist, Trevor Wye (Born 1935-) is a professional flautist, teacher, and author and editor of several technical and repertoire books for the flute. In particular, his popular series of ‘Practice Books for Flute’ have been translated into eleven other languages. He is also Founder of the British Flute Society and founded the International Summer School for flute.
He began learning the flute aged 15 and studied privately with renowned flautists, Geoffrey Gilbert and Marcel Moyse. Trevor freelanced as a chamber and orchestral player on the London scene for many years and has many solo recordings to his name. Wye was also a Professor at the Guildhall School of Music, London and for 21 years at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester. He continues to travel throughout the world giving Masterclasses in Europe, the USA and Japan.
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