Recycling Music of the 1800s: An Analysis of the Potential for M.A. Reichert’s 7 Daily Exercises for Flute to Serve as a Technique Book for Saxophone
Matheus Andre Reichert is a well-known name in the flute community. As a composer and virtuoso flutist, M.A. Reichert (1830-1880) produced a number of challenging works for flute that are still played today. One such work is Reichert’s 7 Daily Exercises, Op. 5, first published in 1872. This book of music, consisting of seven multi-page etudes, is popular among advanced and even professional flute players. Although written for the flute, Reichert’s 7 Daily Exercises has the potential to serve as an excellent, yet demanding, technique book for saxophone.
Recycling Music of the 1800s: An Analysis of the Potential for M.A. Reichert’s 7 Daily Exercises for Flute to Serve as a Technique Book for Saxophone.
Undergraduate Review, 14, 65-71.
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