£9.95

The last movement Langport March is a Trinity College London Grade 5 Exam Piece for Flute until the end of 2022

Arrangements of Somerset folk songs to give them a new lease of life and introduce them to audiences who might never otherwise hear them. Very popular with audiences, its individual movements are useful as fillers or encores. Martock Jig and Langport March are also playable on Piccolo. It is a very direct and enjoyable work and is also versatile, with versions for flute, violin or harmonica with piano accompaniment. The original harmonica version is very idiomatically written by the composer, who was long associated with the late great virtuoso Tommy Reilly. It is folk material very well suited to the instrument. For teaching studios, conservatories, libraries, amateurs and professionals. The last movement of this work Langport March has been a Trinity College London Grade 5 Exam Piece for Flute since 2007.  

£9.95

The last movement Langport March is a Trinity College London Grade 5 Exam Piece for Flute until the end of 2022

Arrangements of Somerset folk songs to give them a new lease of life and introduce them to audiences who might never otherwise hear them. Very popular with audiences, its individual movements are useful as fillers or encores. Martock Jig and Langport March are also playable on Piccolo. It is a very direct and enjoyable work and is also versatile, with versions for flute, violin or harmonica with piano accompaniment. The original harmonica version is very idiomatically written by the composer, who was long associated with the late great virtuoso Tommy Reilly. It is folk material very well suited to the instrument. For teaching studios, conservatories, libraries, amateurs and professionals. The last movement of this work Langport March has been a Trinity College London Grade 5 Exam Piece for Flute since 2007.  

£13.95

A happy work and full of Gallic charm. Many pieces for this combination are moody and introspective and so this can be a very good balancing work in a concert programme. It is fun to play and audiences love it. It is Paul Lewis' most popular and often played chamber work, and has been broadcast on Classic FM Radio and performed in concert by many trios including the world famous Nash Ensemble. For teaching studios, schools, colleges, conservatories, libraries and professionals.

£13.95

A happy work and full of Gallic charm. Many pieces for this combination are moody and introspective and so this can be a very good balancing work in a concert programme. It is fun to play and audiences love it. It is Paul Lewis' most popular and often played chamber work, and has been broadcast on Classic FM Radio and performed in concert by many trios including the world famous Nash Ensemble. For teaching studios, schools, colleges, conservatories, libraries and professionals.

£7.95

An unaccompanied work for two flutes, using the entire range of the instrument and many techniques such as flutter tonguing and triple tonguing. It stretches ensemble playing yet lies well beneath the fingers and is haunting and melodious. For schools, colleges, conservatories, libraries and professionals.

£7.95

An unaccompanied work for two flutes, using the entire range of the instrument and many techniques such as flutter tonguing and triple tonguing. It stretches ensemble playing yet lies well beneath the fingers and is haunting and melodious. For schools, colleges, conservatories, libraries and professionals.

£6.95

A melodic and reflective miniature by Paul Lewis, giving the chance to display legato technique and the expressive possibilities of the instruments.  Requires sensitivity of performance and use of rubato.

£6.95

A melodic and reflective miniature by Paul Lewis, giving the chance to display legato technique and the expressive possibilities of the instruments.  Requires sensitivity of performance and use of rubato.

£6.95

A melodic and reflective miniature by Paul Lewis, giving the chance to display legato technique and the expressive possibilities of the instruments. Requires sensitivity of performance and use of rubato.

£6.95

A melodic and reflective miniature by Paul Lewis, giving the chance to display legato technique and the expressive possibilities of the instruments. Requires sensitivity of performance and use of rubato.

£4.95

This short lyrical piece was originally written for harmonica and harp. It is a free flow of musical thought on a simple melody, described by flautist Rachel Smith as "luscious", which develops by way of numerous key changes and embellishment.

£4.95

This short lyrical piece was originally written for harmonica and harp. It is a free flow of musical thought on a simple melody, described by flautist Rachel Smith as "luscious", which develops by way of numerous key changes and embellishment.

£6.95

La Fille Aux Cheveux Dores (The Girl with the Golden Hair), composed by Paul Lewis and dedicated to Rachel Smith, is a study in extreme legato and breath control. It is sensuous, delicate, intimate and very French, and has the most gorgeous and romantic tune imaginable. Rachel Smith recorded this work in April 2012 on the CD The World of the Flute, released in 2013 by Polyphonic, QPRZ 029D.

£6.95

La Fille Aux Cheveux Dores (The Girl with the Golden Hair), composed by Paul Lewis and dedicated to Rachel Smith, is a study in extreme legato and breath control. It is sensuous, delicate, intimate and very French, and has the most gorgeous and romantic tune imaginable. Rachel Smith recorded this work in April 2012 on the CD The World of the Flute, released in 2013 by Polyphonic, QPRZ 029D.

£10.95

With duos for bass clarinet and piano being few and far between, this 'Little Suite' shows the solo instrument in various moods: good-naturedly bucolic in 'Country Tune', nostalgically heartfelt in 'Lullaby', and dashingly debonair in the 'Waltz'. 'Country Tune' is an imaginary folk song reminiscent of 'Morris Dance' and of the Somerset countryside where the piece was composed. 'Lullaby' is in effect a retrospective lullaby, a final singing to sleep of the childhood of the composer's daughter, who had recently undergone that mysterious metamorphosis from child to fascinating young woman, which must have been a source of wonder to fathers since time began. The suite ends with a bravura 'Waltz', a favourite dance form of the composer's. Premiered by the dedicatee, Verity Butler, accompanied by Jane Dodd, at Cheltenham Town Hall on the 22nd April 1997. For secondary schools, colleges, conservatories and professionals.

£10.95

With duos for bass clarinet and piano being few and far between, this 'Little Suite' shows the solo instrument in various moods: good-naturedly bucolic in 'Country Tune', nostalgically heartfelt in 'Lullaby', and dashingly debonair in the 'Waltz'. 'Country Tune' is an imaginary folk song reminiscent of 'Morris Dance' and of the Somerset countryside where the piece was composed. 'Lullaby' is in effect a retrospective lullaby, a final singing to sleep of the childhood of the composer's daughter, who had recently undergone that mysterious metamorphosis from child to fascinating young woman, which must have been a source of wonder to fathers since time began. The suite ends with a bravura 'Waltz', a favourite dance form of the composer's. Premiered by the dedicatee, Verity Butler, accompanied by Jane Dodd, at Cheltenham Town Hall on the 22nd April 1997. For secondary schools, colleges, conservatories and professionals.

£10.95

This 'Little Suite' shows the solo instrument in various moods: good-naturedly bucolic in 'Country Tune', nostalgically heartfelt in 'Lullaby', and dashingly debonair in the 'Waltz'. 'Country Tune' is an imaginary folk song reminiscent of 'Morris Dance' and of the Somerset countryside where the piece was composed. 'Lullaby' is in effect a retrospective lullaby, a final singing to sleep of the childhood of the composer's daughter, who had recently undergone that mysterious metamorphosis from child to fascinating young woman, which must have been a source of wonder to fathers since time began. The suite ends with a bravura 'Waltz', a favourite dance form of the composer's. For secondary schools, colleges, conservatories and professionals.

£10.95

This 'Little Suite' shows the solo instrument in various moods: good-naturedly bucolic in 'Country Tune', nostalgically heartfelt in 'Lullaby', and dashingly debonair in the 'Waltz'. 'Country Tune' is an imaginary folk song reminiscent of 'Morris Dance' and of the Somerset countryside where the piece was composed. 'Lullaby' is in effect a retrospective lullaby, a final singing to sleep of the childhood of the composer's daughter, who had recently undergone that mysterious metamorphosis from child to fascinating young woman, which must have been a source of wonder to fathers since time began. The suite ends with a bravura 'Waltz', a favourite dance form of the composer's. For secondary schools, colleges, conservatories and professionals.

£8.95

Mélodie d’aujourd’hui (Melody of Today) is a blues-inspired piece in which the two solo instruments serenade one other in a soulful exchange. Mélodie d’autrefois (Melody of Yesteryear) is reminiscent of a heartfelt aria from a Bach cantata. The two solo instruments are here united in serene harmony, while the piano has a contrastingly impassioned central section of its own.

£8.95

Mélodie d’aujourd’hui (Melody of Today) is a blues-inspired piece in which the two solo instruments serenade one other in a soulful exchange. Mélodie d’autrefois (Melody of Yesteryear) is reminiscent of a heartfelt aria from a Bach cantata. The two solo instruments are here united in serene harmony, while the piano has a contrastingly impassioned central section of its own.

£12.95

The first movement Lullaby for Laura is an Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) Grade 6 Exam Piece until the end of 2021

This work, consisting of four melodic pieces inspired by the infant children of friends of the composer, is in an uncomplicatedly melodic style being evocative of the innocence of childhood, and is very pleasing to perform and to listen to. Lullaby for Laura did its job when, on hearing it for the first time, Laura fell asleep in her mother's arms. Tallulah's Tune is based on the rhythm of her names. Poppy's Waltz was inspired by a neighbours little blonde girl in her garden, and Keris Mae was introduced to the composer in a playground, hence the playful nature of her piece. Premiered in London by Rachel Smith (a regular interpreter of Lewis's music) accompanied by Rachel Fryer on the 1st August 2005. Named as a finalist in the 2012 National Flute Association’s Newly Published Music Competition, Pictures of Childhood is for secondary schools, colleges, conservatories and professionals. The first movement Lullaby for Laura has been an Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) since 2018.  

£12.95

The first movement Lullaby for Laura is an Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) Grade 6 Exam Piece until the end of 2021

This work, consisting of four melodic pieces inspired by the infant children of friends of the composer, is in an uncomplicatedly melodic style being evocative of the innocence of childhood, and is very pleasing to perform and to listen to. Lullaby for Laura did its job when, on hearing it for the first time, Laura fell asleep in her mother's arms. Tallulah's Tune is based on the rhythm of her names. Poppy's Waltz was inspired by a neighbours little blonde girl in her garden, and Keris Mae was introduced to the composer in a playground, hence the playful nature of her piece. Premiered in London by Rachel Smith (a regular interpreter of Lewis's music) accompanied by Rachel Fryer on the 1st August 2005. Named as a finalist in the 2012 National Flute Association’s Newly Published Music Competition, Pictures of Childhood is for secondary schools, colleges, conservatories and professionals. The first movement Lullaby for Laura has been an Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) since 2018.  

£16.95

Retrospective Family Portraits, written in 2002, four and a half years after the composer and his former wife parted company, is a deeply felt work. Lyrical and joyful but with an emotional sting in the tail, it is idiomatically written for the three instruments in the composer's usual Anglo-French melodic style. The three movements are: Kim - the family dog - a white Boxer, pictured galumphing along Somerset country lanes before taking off across the fields in joyful pursuit of rabbits and moles, finally returning home to sink exhausted into her basket. Geneviève - the composer's former wife - French, blonde, gracious, artistic and a wonderful cook, though not without her more enigmatic moments. Rowena - the composer's daughter - memories of the young Rowena on happy holidays in France pervade the music until, without warning, the mood changes towards the end; composer and daughter had not met since the family break-up four and a half years previously, and the music calls out Rowena's name into the distance, as did the composer's heart.  The premiere took place as part of the 2002 Brighton Festival Fringe, and was performed by the Hilser Trio with Rachel Smith on flute, Rachel Firmager on 'Cello and Yoko Ono on Piano.

£16.95

Retrospective Family Portraits, written in 2002, four and a half years after the composer and his former wife parted company, is a deeply felt work. Lyrical and joyful but with an emotional sting in the tail, it is idiomatically written for the three instruments in the composer's usual Anglo-French melodic style. The three movements are: Kim - the family dog - a white Boxer, pictured galumphing along Somerset country lanes before taking off across the fields in joyful pursuit of rabbits and moles, finally returning home to sink exhausted into her basket. Geneviève - the composer's former wife - French, blonde, gracious, artistic and a wonderful cook, though not without her more enigmatic moments. Rowena - the composer's daughter - memories of the young Rowena on happy holidays in France pervade the music until, without warning, the mood changes towards the end; composer and daughter had not met since the family break-up four and a half years previously, and the music calls out Rowena's name into the distance, as did the composer's heart.  The premiere took place as part of the 2002 Brighton Festival Fringe, and was performed by the Hilser Trio with Rachel Smith on flute, Rachel Firmager on 'Cello and Yoko Ono on Piano.

£9.95

A substantial work by Paul Lewis to display lyrical style with a quicker middle section.  Suitable for students and professionals.

£9.95

A substantial work by Paul Lewis to display lyrical style with a quicker middle section.  Suitable for students and professionals.

£11.95

A versatile piece for flute or harmonica with piano and optional 'cello, this is also a useful and worthwhile addition to the flute, 'cello and piano repertoire, as being a happy piece and audience friendly it makes for a good contrast to other works for this ensemble. Originally written for the harmonica, for which it is a substantial showpiece, the work uses the whole range of the flute and displays the player's versatility. For teaching studios, colleges, conservatories, libraries and professionals.

£11.95

A versatile piece for flute or harmonica with piano and optional 'cello, this is also a useful and worthwhile addition to the flute, 'cello and piano repertoire, as being a happy piece and audience friendly it makes for a good contrast to other works for this ensemble. Originally written for the harmonica, for which it is a substantial showpiece, the work uses the whole range of the flute and displays the player's versatility. For teaching studios, colleges, conservatories, libraries and professionals.

£5.95

Many professionals have said what a brilliant idea it is to have an unaccompanied work showcasing the different characteristics of the concert flute, alto flute and piccolo, yet playable entirely on flute for those without the other instruments. Dedicated to Rachel Smith it is a fun work with good contrasts. Three Flute Diversions is included on Rachel Smith's debut CD Summer Was in August, released in January 2006 - the CD can be purchased for £10 (incl. P&P) from Rachel by writing to her on rachel@rachelsmithflute.co.uk

£5.95

Many professionals have said what a brilliant idea it is to have an unaccompanied work showcasing the different characteristics of the concert flute, alto flute and piccolo, yet playable entirely on flute for those without the other instruments. Dedicated to Rachel Smith it is a fun work with good contrasts. Three Flute Diversions is included on Rachel Smith's debut CD Summer Was in August, released in January 2006 - the CD can be purchased for £10 (incl. P&P) from Rachel by writing to her on rachel@rachelsmithflute.co.uk