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Claude Bolling - Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano Trio

Set of Parts/CD

By Claude Bolling

Flute, Piano Trio
Set of Parts/CD. By Claude Bolling and Jean-Pierre Rampal. Transcribed Score. Play Along. Softcover with CD. 132 pages.

Item Number: HL.672558

ISBN 1423436512. Play Along. 9x12 inches.

This book has been a top-selling item for years, and now a companion CD with play-along and backing tracks is available! This means flute players can now learn this legendary piece of music on their own – our perfect piano accompaniment CDs eliminate the need for a pianist to play with! The CD can be purchased alone, for those who already own the book, and a book/CD pack is also available for those purchasing this for the first time.

This suite in seven parts is composed for a “classic” flute and a “jazz” piano. It was the first jazz recording of world-renowned flutist Jean-Pierre Rampal and Claude Bolling. It is possible to play the whole piece with only flute and piano, but bass and drum parts are included for the complete Suite. The CD includes full recordings and flute play-along tracks for seven songs: Baroque and Blue • Fugace • Irlandaise • Javanaise • Sentimentale • Veloce • Versatile.

Also available: CD Only (HL00672559, $16.95); Book Only (00490508, $47.50).

  • Sentimentale (Part 2)bolling 
  • Javanaise (Part 3)bolling 
  • Fugace (Part 4)bolling 
  • Irlandaise (Part 5)bolling 
  • Versatile (Part 6)bolling 
  • Veloce (Part 7)bolling 
  • Baroque And Blue 

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  • 5

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  • April 10, 2010 So fun to play with!

    This is such a fun suite of music and the back up music is well produced. It is quite challenging up to tempo but attainable for the accomplished, intermediate flutist. The only drawback is that if you are looking for backup for a solo performance, most of these pieces have...

    periods of significant rests for the flute (16+ measures) which make for awkward wait times for the soloist playing with recorded accompaniment.ance. One of the pieces also begins with a lengthy flute solo, making it difficult to match up with the accompaniment when it finally begins. However, it is still absolutely a blast to play these pieces with this accompaniment.

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  • September 17, 2008 how can be so good music in one single head

    claude bolling is a remarkable composer, congratulations to Claude for providing to mankind with a touch of happiness.

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