Méthode de Flûte – Jean-Louis Tulou


Category Books and sheet music
Gift ideas under EUR 100
Marks and inscriptions Minkoff Reprint, Geneve, 1973
Period 1900-present
Place of origin Switzerland
Description Tulou – Méthode de Flûte book
Materials Paper, card
Dimensions 310 mm x 230 mm x 15 mm
Weight 750 g
Condition Working condition
Other distinctive features French
129 pages
Price (EUR) €70.00
Ref 10


Méthode de Flûte – Jean-Louis Tulou

The flute treatise of Jean-Louis Tulou 1786-1865 in a bound, hardback book printed in 1973 by Minkoff Reprint Geneve.

Tulou was flute teacher, player and instrument maker. He started studying at the Paris Conservatoire at the young age of 10 and went on to be professor there from 1829 to 1856. He was an extremely successful and dominant figure in the French flute scene, performing and composing many works for flute. He even went on to start making his own instruments in 1828.

The first edition of Méthode de Flûte was published in Paris in 1835. It teaches the keyed flute and one key is added at a time through etudes, short pieces and exercises.

The book contains some lovely illustrations, including fingerings, and is all in French of course!

An interesting addition to the book shelves of any flutist.


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