Tag Archives: Flute

Revised How Brightly shines the Morning Star

Ann Cameron Pearce reworked “How Brightly shines the Morning Star” to be more accessible to more handbell choirs. The basic requirement is for 3 octaves of handbells and 3 octaves of choir chimes. These are rung by one choir … in alternating fashion. One of them, more likely the chimes, could be played on piano […]

Mountaintop Echo by Ann Cameron Pearce

Given the opportunity to present a concert in a new performance venue that was part of a neighboring city’s community college, the Raleigh Flute Choir wanted a significant opening number that would prompt our audience to be impressed by our versatility. This number did the trick and got us off to a great start exploring […]

Alleluja by Ann Cameron Pearce

For many years I had a home teaching studio of about 30 students, several of whom were members of my church. Therefore, it was only natural to get them together occasionally for flute choir music during worship. This piece was one of our favorites. I even remember taking it “on tour” one time to a […]

Artist Paul Fried

We are pleased to welcome Paul Fried, our most recent composer on ScoreVivo! Paul has enjoyed a long and distinguished career and is widely regarded as one of the world’s best flutists. Living in the Los Angeles area since 1985, his career includes teaching along with extensive performing and collaborating with musicians throughout the United […]