If you’re a flute player, you’re probably aware of the fun of playing in a trio. Flute trio repertoire is incredibly popular, and there’s a wealth of repertoire available for you to explore. But with so much choice, where do you start? In this article, we’ll explore the world of flute trio repertoire.
Flute trio repertoire list
Below is a list of flute trio pieces;
|10 Trios||Croubelis Simoni dall||flute trio|
|12 Flute Sonatas, Op.1||Johann Mattheson||Flute Trio|
|3 Flute Trios||Call Leonhard von||flute trio|
|3 Flute Trios with Fugues, Op.66||Fürstenau Anton Bernhard||flute trio|
|3 Flute Trios, Op.10||Gabrielski Johann Wilhelm||flute trio|
|3 Flute Trios, Op.13||Kuhlau Friedrich||flute trio|
|3 Flute Trios, Op.55||Gabrielski Johann Wilhelm||flute trio|
|3 Flute Trios, Op.56||Gabrielski Johann Wilhelm||flute trio|
|3 Flute Trios, Op.58||Gabrielski Johann Wilhelm||flute trio|
|3 Flute Trios, Op.78||Gabrielski Johann Wilhelm||flute trio|
|3 Flute Trios, Op.86||Kuhlau Friedrich||flute trio|
|3 Grands Trios Concertans||Schultz C. F.||flute trio|
|3 Serenades for 3 Flutes||Mercadante Saverio||Flute trio|
|3 Sonatas for 3 Flutes||Scherer Johann||Flute trio|
|3 Sonatas for 3 Flutes, Op.1||Demachi Giuseppe||Flute trio|
|3 Sonatas for 3 Flutes, QV 3:3||Quantz Johann Joachim||Flute trio|
|3 Trios concertans, Op.11||Brenner H.||flute trio|
|3 Trios for 3 Flutes, Op.93||Walckiers Eugène||flute trio|
|6 Flute Trios||Schneider Georg Abraham||flute trio|
|6 Sonatas for 3 Flutes||Dôthel Niccolò||Flute trio|
|6 Sonatas for 3 Flutes, Op.17||Demachi Giuseppe||Flute trio|
|6 Sonatas for 3 Flutes, Op.7||Boismortier Joseph Bodin de||Flute trio|
|6 Trio Sonatas, Op.2||Ruge Filippo||flute trio|
|6 Trio Sonatas, RISM Q.30||Quantz Johann Joachim||flute trio|
|6 Trios||Gebauer François René||flute trio|
|6 Tríos||Rodríguez Peris Martín José||flute trio|
|6 Trios, Op.10||Guignon Jean-Pierre||flute trio|
|6 Trios, Op.133||Hook James||flute trio|
|6 Trios, Op.83||Hook James||flute trio|
|Amicizia, Op.96||Charles N. Weiss||Flute Trio|
|Aurorae||David Sumbler||Flute Trio|
|Blake’s Young Flutist’s Magazine||Various||Flute Trio|
|Bourrée, Op.6||Daniel Balparda de Carvalho||Flute Trio|
|Conductus, Op.30i||Fulvio Caldini||Flute Trio|
|Discantus||Anthony St. Pierre||Flute Trio|
|Discantus||St. Pierre Anthony||2 flutes & alto flute|
|Divertissement for 3 Flutes, Op. 91||Koechlin Charles||2 flutes & alto flute|
|Flute Trio in A major, Op.14||Heinrich Neumann||Flute Trio|
|Flute Trio in A minor, Op.10 No.1||Johann Wilhelm Gabrielski||Flute Trio|
|Flute Trio in B minor, Op.90||Friedrich Kuhlau||Flute Trio|
|Flute Trio in B-flat major||Louis François Philippe Drouet||Flute Trio|
|Flute Trio in D major, Op.31||Johann Wilhelm Gabrielski||Flute Trio|
|Flute Trio in E minor, Op.10 No.3||Johann Wilhelm Gabrielski||Flute Trio|
|Flute Trio in E-flat major, Op.10 No.2||Johann Wilhelm Gabrielski||Flute Trio|
|Flute Trio in F major, Op.34||Johann Wilhelm Gabrielski||Flute Trio|
|Flute Trio in G major, Op.29||Johann Anton André||Flute Trio|
|Flute Trio in G major, Op.33||Johann Wilhelm Gabrielski||Flute Trio|
|Flute Trio No.2||Salvador Torre||Flute Trio|
|Flute Trio No.3||Salvador Torre||Flute Trio|
|Flute Trio, Op.2||Leonhard von Call||Flute Trio|
|Flute Trio, Op.24||Kaspar Kummer||Flute Trio|
|Flute Trio, Op.30||Kaspar Kummer||Flute Trio|
|Flute Trio, Op.31||Call Leonhard von||flute trio|
|Flute Trio, Op.52||Kummer Kaspar||flute trio|
|Flute Trio, Op.53||Kummer Kaspar||flute trio|
|Flute Trio, Op.58||Kummer Kaspar||flute trio|
|Flute Trio, Op.59||Kummer Kaspar||flute trio|
|Flute Trio, Op.64||Dressler Raphael||flute trio|
|Flute Trio, Op.65||Kummer Kaspar||flute trio|
|Flute Trio, Op.72||Kummer Kaspar||flute trio|
|Flute Trio, Op.77||Kummer Kaspar||flute trio|
|Grand Flute Trio No.2, Op.9||Clinton John||flute trio|
|L’oiseleur||De Larrard Francois||2 flutes & alto flute|
|Mésangerie||De Larrard Francois||2 flutes & alto flute|
|Organum Triplum||Foley Daniel Charles||2 flutes & alto flute|
|Réveil-mémoire, Op.21e||Caldini Fulvio||Flute trio|
|Shower Music||Argentesi Dario||Flute trio|
|Sonata for 3 Flutes in A major, PB 255||Boismortier Joseph Bodin de||Flute trio|
|Sonata for 3 Flutes in B minor, PB 254||Boismortier Joseph Bodin de||Flute trio|
|Sonata for 3 Flutes in D major||Keiser Reinhard||Flute trio|
|Sonata for 3 Flutes in D major, PB 253||Boismortier Joseph Bodin de||Flute trio|
|Sonata for 3 Flutes in D major, QV 3:3.2||Quantz Johann Joachim||Flute trio|
|Sonata for 3 Flutes in D minor, PB 256||Boismortier Joseph Bodin de||Flute trio|
|Sonata for 3 Flutes in E minor, PB 258||Boismortier Joseph Bodin de||Flute trio|
|Sonata for 3 Flutes in G major, PB 257||Boismortier Joseph Bodin de||Flute trio|
|Sonata for 3 Flutes, Op.1 No.3||Mattheson Johann||Flute trio|
|Sonata for 3 Violins in D major||Keiser Reinhard||Flute trio|
|Sonatina canonica, Op.91n||Caldini Fulvio||Flute trio|
|Sonatina d’autunno, Op.105c||Caldini Fulvio||Flute trio|
|Souvenir anglais, Op.50||Tulou Jean-Louis||Flute trio|
|Suíte||Mattos Fernando||Flute trio|
|Suite Miniatura No.2||Albisi Abelardo||Flute trio|
|Susato Suite||Susato Tielman||flute trio|
|Terzetto No.1 in D major||Foltmar Johan||flute trio|
|The Delightful Pocket Companion for the Flute||Robert Bremner||Flute Trio|
|The Farthest Shore||Keith Eisenbrey||Flute Trio|
|Trio 01||Pramparo Mirko||flute trio|
|Trio a 3 flauti traversi, QV 3:3.1||Quantz Johann Joachim||flute trio|
|Trio brillant et facile, Op.3||Walckiers Eugène||flute trio|
|Trio for 3 Flutes, Op.34||Küffner Joseph||flute trio|
|Trio for Flute, Alto Flute, and Bass Flute, Op.1187||Beatty Stephen W.||flute, alto flute & bass flute|
|Trio for Flute, Alto Flute, and Bass Flute, Op.316||Beatty Stephen W.||flute, alto flute & bass flute|
|Trio in A major for 3 Flutes||Dôthel Niccolò||flute trio|
|Trío para Flautas, Op.93||Jiménez Nogales Juan Santiago||flute trio|
|Trio Sonata for 3 Flutes||Croubelis Simoni dall||flute trio|
|Trios for Recorders or Flutes||Kimberling Clark||flute trio|
|Trios for Three Flutes||Various||flute trio|
See also: Flute Quartet repertoire
What is Flute Trio Repertoire?
Flute trio repertoire is music written for three flutes. The most common combination is two C flutes and an alto flute, but there are many other variations, including piccolo, bass flute, and contrabass flutes. The music can be written for any genre, including classical, jazz, folk, and more.
A Brief History of Flute Trio Repertoire
The history of the flute trio repertoire can be traced back to the Baroque era. Composers such as Telemann and Bach wrote music for three flutes, often as part of larger works. However, it wasn’t until the Classical era that flute trios became a popular genre in their own right. Composers such as Mozart, Haydn, and Beethoven all wrote music for three flutes, and the genre continued to be popular throughout the Romantic era and beyond.
Tips for Playing Flute Trio Repertoire
Playing in a flute trio can be a rewarding experience, but it requires some preparation. Here are a few tips to help you get started:
- Listening to recordings of the pieces you’re playing can help you get a sense of the style and tempo.
- Playing in a trio requires precise intonation. Practice tuning your instrument with your fellow players.
- Pay attention to balance by making sure that each part is balanced and heard clearly. Work on dynamics and phrasing to create a cohesive sound.
- Practice together as a trio to develop a sense of ensemble and timing.
- Be prepared to adapt to changes in tempo or dynamics, and be open to feedback from your fellow players.
Flute trio repertoire is a rich and varied genre that offers something for every flute player. From the works of Mozart and Haydn to lesser-known gems by Andersen and Schocker, there’s always something new to explore. Playing in a trio requires preparation and practice, but the rewards are well worth it. So gather your fellow flute players and dive into the world of flute trio repertoire.
- What is the most famous flute trio piece?
The most famous flute trio piece is Friedrich Kuhlau’s trio in E minor for three flutes op 86.
- Can you play flute trios with different types of flutes?
Yes, flute trios can be played with different types of flutes, including piccolo, bass, and contrabass flutes.
- Is flute trio repertoire only for classical music?
No, flute trio repertoire can be written for any genre, including jazz, folk, and more.
- How can I find a new flute trio repertoire to play?
You can search for new flute trio repertoire online, or ask other flute players for recommendations.
- Do I need to be an advanced player to play flute trios?
No, there are many flute trio pieces that are suitable for intermediate players. Just make sure to practice and prepare thoroughly before performing.