Tag: Virtuosa Flute Solos

  • More Free Flute Music by Women Composers!

    Back by popular demand, here’s a follow-up to my blog post on free flute music by women composers! (In case you missed part one, click here to check it out!). In this round, I’m sharing another six hidden gems for flute and piano or harp that are accessible for free on IMSLP. While part one…

  • Contemporary Flute Solos by Black Women Composers

    February snuck up on me again… but this is actually good timing, since I wanted to highlight a few pieces I’ve included in my recent update to Virtuosa Flute Solos. Over the past several months, I came across a few flute solos from the 1950s-1980s that were only published relatively recently – and I wanted…

  • Baroque Chamber Music for Flute by Women Composers

    In the process of researching flute music by historical women composers, I’ve come across many surprises that I did not expect.  One of those was the types of music that I encountered – in school, many of my teachers focused on solo repertoire like sonatas and concerti.  And as a result, I expected that a…

  • Free Flute Music by Women Composers!

    Flute solos by women composers in the public domain on IMSLP Maybe you want to start performing flute solos by women composers, but purchasing new music is outside your budget right now.  Maybe you’re curious what flute music by historical women is all about, but aren’t quite ready to invest your time & energy… or…

  • A Quick-Start Guide to Virtuosa Flute Solos

    If you just scrolled through the Virtuosa Flute Solos database and feel overwhelmed… now what??  It’s a lot of information if you’re new to flute music by women composers – so here’s a brief rundown of some suggestions for where to start and a few programming tips, to help make sure this database doesn’t become…

  • Additional Resources for Flute Music by Women Composers

    Virtuosa Flute Solos is great for finding flute solos by historical women composers, but what if you’re looking for chamber music or something more modern??  While those were outside the scope of my research for this particular project, there are many other educators and organizations with a variety of awesome resources.   Check out the list…