Telemann 12 Fantasias for Flute


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Telemann 12 Fantasias for Flute

Telemann 12 Fantasias for Flute

Solo Flute
Publisher – Henle
Twelve Fantasias for Flute Solo TWV 40:2-13
Editor: Marion Beyer
Notes on performance practice: Rachel Brown


Telemann’s 12 Fantasias enriched the solo flute repertoire in the first half of the 18th century. His Fantasias were published in 1727 and Henle’s edition is based on Telemann’s print, which the publishers have reproduced as a facsimile in the edition. Flute expert Rachel Brown has provided a commentary with details regarding performance practice.

Georg Philipp Telemann

German composer, Telemann, (1681-1767) was a renowned composer of the late Baroque period. Largely self-taught, he played a number of instruments including the violin, recorder, oboe, viola da gamba, chalumeau, and clavier. His vast compositional output included numerous sacred and secular works, operas, orchestral works and chamber works for a large variety of instrumental combinations.

Telemann composed a remarkable body of works for the flute. His compositions for flute include concertos, sonatas, and fantasias, showcasing his masterful understanding of the instrument’s capabilities.

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