J.S. Bach 15 Inventions for 2 Flutes

Are you looking for some fun flute duets? If you’re a fan of Baroque music, you’ll love this adaptation of 15 Inventions by J.S. Bach.

The pieces were originally for solo piano, but the work well as flute duos. You can learn one of the inventions or work through the entire book.

They make for great performance pieces. However, you can also use them to practice sight reading with your students or other flute players.

What You’ll Get:

  • 15 duets
  • Score and parts (64 pages total)
  • Digital download for immediate use

Import your PDF into forScore or your favorite sheet music reader. If you don’t use an iPad, print off the entire file or only the piece you want to learn.

Why Download This Version

As a flute player, I pride myself in my understanding of the instrument. I focus on composing and arranging for instruments I actually play.

That way, I can make sure the pieces I publish will work well. I’ve gone through these pieces to help with that.

I’m also passionate about not overediting Baroque music. For that reason, you can make your own marks in your copy of the sheet music.

And of course, the digital file format means you’ll get your music right away. You won’t have to wait for shipping to start learning something new.

Preview the sheet music:

Listen to one of the duets:


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Gadgets and Gizmos for Solo Flute

Gadgets and Gizmos.

We all use our gadgets every day to connect with one another. And with gadgets often come gizmos.

Enter a two-movement work for solo flute.

I wrote this piece in 2018 to explore writing original music for my instrument. And well, it’s sat in my drafts for way too long.

If you want a short piece that you can play alone or with a friend, this work is for you. That’s right, you can pair the movements together to make them a single-movement duet.

So don’t hesitate. Download your copy of Gadgets and Gizmos today!

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Mozart Quartet in D (for Flute Quartet)

Do you love the famous Mozart Quartet in D? The piece was written for flute, violin, viola, and cello.

And I don’t know about you, but I don’t know any string players near me, so I can’t play the original version. That’s why I arranged a version for a mixed flute quartet.

If you know three other flute players and have access to an alto flute and a bass flute, you can make it work. This edition works with the original flute part, or you can read the revised version from this score.

You’ll receive:

  • Four separate parts
  • Complete score
  • Instant download
  • Option to redownload a lost file
  • A surprise discount code

Why this edition?

As a flutist, I know how the instrument works. That made it easy for me to translate string parts to fit the various flutes. The Mozart Flute Quartet is a huge part of the repertoire, but string players are hard to find.

If you buy this edition, you can play all of the parts and record them. You can also play the piece with fellow flute players in your band or flute choir.

Also, you don’t have to wait for a print edition to arrive in the mail. If you use an iPad for sheet music, you can download the file and import it to forScore.

Otherwise, print the pages you need using your own printer. That way, you can start learning the piece immediately.

Your arranger

Hi, I’m Hannah, and I’m a flutist, arranger, and content creator. After seeing a lack of fun arrangements for flutes, I decided to fill that gap.

My experience playing the flute has made it easier to make arrangements playable. The last thing you want is to have to struggle to breathe or to have tons of notes that are impossible to play.

Who is this arrangement for?

This arrangement is for flute students, teachers, and flute choir directors. If you’re looking for some new chamber music, you can play with other flute players.

It’s also great for score study and comparing to the original. If you’re a composer looking to write for flutes, let this version guide you!

Do you offer refunds?

Unfortunately, I can’t offer refunds on digital products. However, I will do my best to help you find a solution.

Can I preview the score?

Here’s a preview of the first page!

How can I buy the Mozart Quartet in D?

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Hue Fantaisie for Flute Choir

Are you looking for a new arrangement for your flute choir? Do you want to feature a flute soloist? The Georges Hue Fantaisie is an amazing flute solo with orchestra or piano.

But you can now play it with a flute choir using this arrangement! Done by a flutists for flutists, this version works well for the instrumentation, which is:

  • Solo Flute
  • Flute 1
  • Flute 2
  • Alto Flute
  • Bass Flute

You’ll receive a full score as well as a set of parts with your download. Add this piece to your next recital or concert. Play it as a quintet with one player per part or have the full flute choir join in.

This is a great piece to play with other French pieces. But it works well with any other flute piece.

Listen to the Hue Fantaisie arranged for flute choir.

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Debussy 2 Arabesques (arr. for flute)

Debussy 2 Arabesques is an excellent set of two pieces for solo piano. But the melodies work very well on solo flute.

Because of that, I decided to take the melodies (and some of the harmonies) of these pieces and arrange them for flute players. So if you want to play even more Debussy than just Syrinx and Prelude a L’apres-midi d’une Faune, download these pieces.

You’ll love getting to explore a more lyrical first movement and a second movement with a different style. That way, you can play even more French music than we flute players already have!

Preview the sheet music and download your copy today!