Entries are listed from easiest level (A) to hardest (K). Each level is described briefly.
NFA members can view the criteria charts which provide a detailed explanation of the skills required at each level by downloading the
Selected Flute Repertoire.
A printed version of the 2009 Repertoire Guide that includes these criteria charts is available to anyone through the NFA Store.
A listing of reference materials is shown at the end of the repertoire list.
Each repertoire entry follows this format:
composer or arranger
If a collection or multi-movement work has a variety of difficulty levels, those additional levels will be shown in square brackets as a fifth line of the entry. A collection with
just a few pieces at any one level will be indicated by a lower case letter.
Abbreviations as follows:
alfl = alto flute
bfl = bass flute
cbfl = contra bass flute
CD = compact disc included/available
fl = flute
pf = piano
scbfl = sub contra bass flute
alfl/bfl: one player switches
between alto and bass
alfl(bfl): the piece could be played on either instrument
alfl, bfl: one person plays alto, a second person plays bass