“Great imaginative work”
This is another imaginative work from Phyllis Avidan Louke who writes so well for large flute ensembles. She manages to organised her material so that each part feels independent, although in reality there is always support from another in the group. Her harmonic language is idiomatic but accessible, and her actual writing for the instrument very skillful and knowledgeable. The 2 outer movements will provide a technical challange, whilst Gnomes in the Garden is more lightly scored and playful. In order to pay this kind of money you have to be sure that this piece will stand the test of time and I think it really will prove to be a worthwhile investment.
From the Publisher
A magical trip through the enchanted world of sorcerers, gnomes, and flying brooms!
2006 NFA Newly Published Music Competition - Winner
Difficulty level, roughly compared to ABRSM exam grades. 0 is beginner, 9 is advanced (beyond grade 8).
- The Sorcerer's Spell
- Gnomes in the Garden
- Zoom Goes the Broom