Concerto for Flute and Orchestra, Op. 39 (Full Score)
Concerto for Flute and Orchestra, Op. 39 By Lowell Liebermann (b. 1961), Published By Theodore Presser, Includes full score only - no performance parts. Duration: 25'.
Liebermann is one of the most prolific of composers for the flute, having written three concertos for the instrument (including a piccolo concerto and a flute and harp concerto) and (one with piano accompaniment, the other with guitar) in addition to a soliloquy for unaccompanied flute. This dramatic and Romantic flute concerto is one of the most important twentieth-century additions to the repertory of the instrument, inline with the concerti of Ibert, Nielsen, and Khachaturian. Written for and premiered by James Galway in 1992, the National Flute Association named it the best new work for the instrument in 1994.
This work, along with Liebermann's Sonata Op. 23, is a critical addition to all conservatory and professional flutist's libraries.
Theodore Presser Company is pleased to make available a clean and elegant study score of this standard repertoire concerto, giving flutists the opportunity to study the context of the solo within the orchestra. Concerto, Op. 39 was premiered November 6, 1992 by Sir James Galway with the Saint Louis Symphony, and Leonard Slatkin conducting. Large score and parts available on rental. For advanced players. Duration: 25’