Classical Flute Composer ~ F.D. Kuhlau

July 10, 2010 at 5:30 pm | Posted in Classical Composers | 2 Comments
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Classical Music Composer

If you are a fan of classical flute music, you may be familiar with the German – Danish composer Friedrich Kuhlau. Although not as well known as many other composers of his time, he has been referred to as “the Beethoven of the flute” although he was a pianist. I’ve written a small biography of him, placed videos of his music, and found some sites where you may download his music for free at the above link.

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  1. This is great, it is always nice to find out about lesser known composers–and finding out about new composers helps to keep the listening experience fresh. I

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    • Thank you! I love learning about new composers, too, and listening to numerous styles of music. I think it helps musicians to grow with the broader range they listen to.


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