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James Hook Duets / Trios for flute

Anybody know where I can find James Hook op 83 in score form [I have voxmans parts] also 12 Duetinnos op 42 also Op 133 Many Thanks Graham
snollweed
Jul 9
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13709

Re: Devienne

Hi, I like Feneis' Bild-Lexikon der Anatomie and Sobotta Atlas der Anatomie des Menschen Because they are written also in latine. Satosius
satosius
Jun 17
#13709
 
13708

Re: Devienne

Thanks Steve most interesting abd thanks for taking the time. Ill dig a little deeper. If nothing else those exercises certainly get you aorund any kind of
snollweed
Jun 16
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Re: Devienne

One has to be a bit careful when referring to Devienne’s Method. Like other instrument methods (and medical books like Grey’s Anatomy, interestingly
Steven Goldman
Jun 15
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13706

Devienne

Grretings. I 'discovered' Devienne on imslp.org and esp his Method [English version] -great stuff for getting around a traverso.E.g his 12 grand studies.
snollweed
Jun 15
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13705

Re: Playing baroque flute with full dentures

I once pulled out the stitches after wisdom-teeth removal, while seeing if I could glitter tongue (modern flute) the day after surgery ... Your dentist/surgeon
Nichola Gennharris
Jun 10
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13704

Playing baroque flute with full dentures

I've just had to have all my teeth out and dentures fitted. I've stopped playing for the time being as I don't want to endanger the wound-healing process. Does
keithfre
Jun 10
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13703

Re: [earlyflute] Re: Ornaments in Hotteterre's Première s uitte de

Dear Philippe-- Thanks so much. I can almost swear I did exactly that yesterday, but perhaps I held the option-key or the command-key on the Mac at the same
creiderc .
Jun 8
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13702

Bass for Hotteterre's Deuxième suitte de pièces à deux dessus Opu

Dear Madam Bowers and all Since you proposed kindly your xeroxes of Hotteterre works, I am looking for the ôbasse adjoutΘeö of the deuxiΦme suite de
Philippe Allain-Dupré
Jun 8
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Re: [earlyflute] Re: Ornaments in Hotteterre's Première s uitte de

Hi Chet browse http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k45000690 then you have buttons on the left of the screen. click on the vertical arrow upon a basket
Philippe Allain-Dupré
Jun 8
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Re: [earlyflute] Re: Ornaments in Hotteterre's Première s uitte de

Dear Robert-- Sorry to bother you about this, but would you tell me how you downloaded it? I couldn't figure that out, only displaying it. Thanks, Chet
creiderc .
Jun 8
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13699

Re: Ornaments in Hotteterre's Première s uitte de pièces à deux d

Thanks to everyone for their help - the version at BNF that Philippe pointed me to is just what I wanted and I have downloaded it. (In fact I had already found
roberthillier
Jun 7
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Re: [earlyflute] Ornaments in Ho tteterre's Première suitte de pi

The link to download the actual music seems to be http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k45000690 http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k45000690 (or click
keithfre
Jun 7
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Re: [earlyflute] Ornaments in Hotteterre's Première suitte de pièc

Hi Robert I have the facsimile Zen-on published by Masahiro Arita in 1980, ISBN4-11-540510-4 (Thanks to him!) But at BNF, ther are two exemplars that you can
Philippe Allain-Dupré
Jun 7
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13696

Re: [earlyflute] Ornaments in Ho tteterre's Première suitte de pi

Which suite are you looking for? (I have a bunch of xeroxes of various Hotteterre works, though by no means all. Jane Bowers ________________________________
Jane Meredith Bowers
Jun 6
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