20 Petites Études
Italian flautist and composer, Giuseppe Gariboldi (1833-1905) moved to Paris after his studies where he worked as a virtuoso Flute player and prolific composer. Being exceedingly talented, Gariboldi's compositions range from operettas to studies, including his ever-popular teaching aid, Vingt Petites Études for Flute.
Covering a huge spectrum of Flute techniques, studies in Vingt Petites Études address articulation, dynamics, note values, single and double tonguing, breath control, range, vibrato and ornamentation, among other things. Giuseppe Gariboldi's Vingt Petites Études is essential to accompany all flautist's progress.