The purpose of this treatise is to provide a comprehensive annotated bibliography of Gary Schocker's works for flute and piccolo. The pieces in this document include solo works for flute, piccolo, alto flute and bass flute, both accompanied and unaccompanied. This resource is meant to be utilized by private flute instructors, college professors, professional flutists and flute students searching for performance repertoire by Gary Schocker. Since Gary Schocker's compositional output is so extensive, this resource can be a helpful aid to teachers and students searching for an appropriate piece to perform. Considered to be the most published living composer of flute music, Gary Schocker's catalogue contains more than 100 works for the flute, spanning a wide range of difficulty levels and musical styles. In order to accommodate the needs of teachers and students, this resource includes a rubric comprised of eleven basic categories of flute playing [range, key, meter, vibrato/sound, articulation, dynamics, technique, rhythm, ornamentation, phrasing/melodic content and use of extended techniques] that are divided into four distinct levels of difficulty. In addition, this research project helps to give detailed information not only on his more popular pieces, but also on lesser-known works by providing the information necessary to make an educated decision on which pieces are most suitable to a specific player. This document contains a biographical overview of Gary Schocker's life, from his early childhood to the present day. Information taken from personal interviews, articles and his personal biography is included to help flutists have a better knowledge of his background, thus creating a deeper understanding of his music. It also includes relevant information on his compositional style and method of composing music. In order to successfully perform his music and to be knowledgeable of how the pieces should be played, it is important to comprehend and be familiar with Schocker's style of writing music. The primary areas of focus are the rubric, a description of the four distinct levels of difficulty and the annotations themselves. After reading the rubric thoroughly, inquirers can determine their appropriate level and browse through the listing of pieces organized by level or the alphabetical guide to determine what pieces are appropriate for them. In order to facilitate research on Schocker's works other than those that are annotated, there is a complete listing of all of Gary Schocker's works for the flute, including unpublished works and chamber music, in the appendices section. The other appendices include a personal interview with Gary Schocker, discography and background information on selected works.