Twelve Studies by Jacques Castérède is a set of twelve studies for flute composed in 1961. Romantic, yet quite modern, these studies can be difficult and technical to execute and would be recommended for advanced-intermediate/advanced players.
Jacques Castérède (1926-2014) is a renowned composer and pianist. He won the Grand Prix de Rome in 1953 and has composed numerous melodic pieces including ballets, concertos, symphonies, ensemble and chamber music.
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