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Flute, Piano Accompaniment (Score and Solo Part)
For Flute and Piano. Composed by Jules Mouquet (1867-1946). Arranged by James Galway. Southern Music. Classical. Softcover. 24 pages. Southern Music Company #SU804. Published by Southern Music Company (HL.240982).
Composed by Jules Mouquet (1867-1946). Masterworks; Solo; Solo Small Ensembles; Woodwind - Flute Solo. Kalmus Edition. 20th Century; Masterwork; Romantic. Part(s). 36 pages. Kalmus Classic Edition #00-K07142. Published by Kalmus Classic Edition (AP.K07142).
Composed by Jules Mouquet (1867-1946). Leduc. Classical. Softcover. 16 pages. Alphonse Leduc #AL24685. Published by Alphonse Leduc (HL.48182925).
Pan Et Les Oiseaux ( Pan and the Birds ) for Flute solo with flute choir / ensemble by Jules Mouquet
Flute, Woodwind Quintet, Woodwind Choir or Ensemble, solo flute, piccolo, flute 1, flute 2, flute 3, flute 4, alto flute in G 1, alto flute in g 2, bass flute, contrabass flute, cello - Advanced Intermediate - Digital Download
Composed by Jules Mouquet (1867-1946). Arranged by Ray-Michael Kauffman. 20th Century, Contemporary Classical, Repertoire, Fairy Tales, Recital. Individual Part, Lead Sheet, Score, Set of Parts, Solo Part. 38 pages. Published by a " do Ray me " flute studio production (S0.307797).
Flute and piano - Level 4
Composed by Jules Mouquet (1867-1946). Classical. Score. 11 + 5 pages. Editions Henry Lemoine #21754. Published by Editions Henry Lemoine (LM.21754).
Flute and piano
Composed by Jules Mouquet (1867-1946). Edited by John Wummer. Published by International Music Company (IM.2585).
Today Mouquet is best known for "La Flûte de Pan" for flute and orchestra, and
for an arrangement of it, the Sonata for flute and piano, Op. 15.
During the sonata’s three movements, the cloven-hoofed Pan, the Greek
god of sheperds and their flocks, is heard playing his flute in amorous serenades and lively
Jules Mouquet (1867-1946) studied composition with Theodore Dubois at
the Paris Conservatory and joined its faculty in 1913 as a professor
of harmony. Like Debussy and many other French composers at the turn of the
century, Mouquet favored subjects from Greek mythology, as a sort of
neoclassical reaction against the fervent treatments of Norse legend in Wagner’s operas.
This figures prominently in his compositions.