Bartók, Béla Viktor János
Bennet, Richard Rodney
Bozza, Eugène Joseph
Dahl, Walter Ingolf Marcus
Del Tredici, David
Griffes, Charles Tomlinson
Guarnieri, Mozart Camargo
Hanson, Howard Harold
Hüe, Georges Adolphe
Kennan, Kent Wheeler
La Montaine, John
Messiaen, Olivier Eugène Prosper Charles
Williams, Ralph Vaughan
Fantasie for flute and piano in G minor
P. Gaubert: Fantasy for flute and piano in G minor was written in 1912 and was used as an examination piece for flutists at the Paris Conservatory.
Kuang-Hao Huang (piano), 2010, Cedille / Naxos
Margaret Kampmeier (piano), 2021, Bridge records
Laurent Wagschal (piano), 2014, Indesens Records / Believe SAS
Fontaine Laing (piano), 1978, Little Piper / CDBaby
Philippe Gaubert (1879-1941) was a French flutist, conductor and composer who primarily wrote music for flute. As the favourite pupil of Taffanel, Gaubert received complete archive of Taffanel life's work with history, theory and practice of the flute to be finished and published. Gaubert completed this project in 1923 and until today the Taffanel and Gaubert method remains very important source for flutists around the world.
Additionally, Gaubert became a prominent flautist himself, holding positions of Professor of flute at the Conservatoire de Paris, Principal flutist and later principal conductor of the Paris Opera.
Marcel Moyse was one his most notable students.