Piano accompaniment backing tracks
|Practice version (optional)|
Andre Jolivet composed Chant de Linos in 1944. It is sourced from the Greek myth regarding Linus, son of Apollo, who taught music to Orpheus and Heracles. It is a very difficult work for both flute and piano, consisting of agitated laments and dances in irregular meters, but can be extremely impressive in performance. Here you can purchase and download the piano part to play along to, recorded by a professional accompanist.
Bars 9 and 10: 2 click-beats in both of these bars where piano is silent
Bars 73-80 (between rehearsal marks E and F): 16 seconds of silence in the piano part, before 4 click-beats signal restart of piano part
Bars 193-196 (before rehearsal mark T): 4 seconds of silence followed by four click-beats to signal restart of piano part.