Flute Music by Women Composers
Most “traditional” flute repertoire was composed by men – but the vast majority of modern flutists are women! Check out this free resource for 160+ flute solos by women composers, from the Baroque era to the present. It includes playlists, publisher info, and everything you need to start programming flute music by women composers.
A starter guide to intermediate & advanced flute music by women composers in the public domain, available for free on IMSLP. Whether you don’t have the current budget for new music, want to sightread a few things first, or need a digital download right now, this blog post has you covered!
Women’s Music History
Just because women’s traditions in instrumental music aren’t commonly discussed in music history doesn’t mean they never existed. Read this post to meet 24 trailblazing women flutists, from ancient Greece to 20th century America!
Free printable showing a timeline of the achievements of women musicians, conductors, and composers from the Romantic era. Download your copy to learn about stories from music history that your textbook left out!
Interested in learning more about the intersection of gender studies and classical music? Here’s a look behind the scenes at some of the resources on my to-be-read list! Click the link above for a few classic texts and new resources in the field of feminist musicology.
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