Yi-Hsin Lin wrote:
>Hi, I hope this is the right forum for this kind of question. I am
>looking for a piece that is written for flute solo and orchestra, sort
>of like a concerto, but necessarily titled concerto. The catch is, I'm
>looking for a piece with a non-traditional feel, perhaps modern, jazzy,
>or otherwise unusual. Any suggestions for pieces/recordings?
All of these works have been recorded unless noted...
Nono, L. Y su sangre ya viene cantando, for flute, strings and percussion
Fukushima, K. Hi-kyo, for flute, piano, strings and percussion
Szalonek, Witold. ; Concertino,; flute, orchestra
Thiriet, Maurice,; 1906-1972. ; Concerto,; flute, string orchestra (a
Piston: Flute Concerto
Corigliano: Pied Piper Fantasy
Neikrug, Marc,; 1946- ; Concertos,; flute, orchestra
Hanson, Howard,; 1896- ; Serenade,; flute, harp, string orchestra,;
Hovhaness: Symphony No.36, op.312 for flute and orchestra (I have a tape)
Hovhaness: Tzaikerk, "Evening song" for flute, violin, timpani and string
Busoni, Ferruccio,; 1866-1924. ; Divertimento,; flute,
orchestra,; op. 52
McCauley, William,; 1917- ; Miniatures,; flute, string orchestra
Chaminade, Ccile,; 1857-1944. ; Concertino,; flute, orchestra,; op. 107
Kennan: Night Soliloquy
Creston, Paul,; 1906- ; Partita,; flute, violin, string orchestra
Griffes, Charles Tomlinson,; 1884-1920. ; Poem,; flute, orchestra.
Siegmeister: Flute Concerto
Mennin: Flute Concerto (I have a tape)
Foote: Night Piece
EB Hill: Concerto for 2 flutes and small orch. (no recording)
John J. Becker: Concerto Pastorale for 2 flutes and orch.
Well some probably familiar (relatively)
Perhaps there is an orchestration of the Bolling suite for flute and