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Three Portraits of Krishna

£6.00

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From the Publisher

The Three Portraits of Krishna were composed in 1986 at a time when D’Angelo was renewing himself as a composer through the study of classical Indian music. In the late 1980’s he wrote (and improvised at the piano) several pieces of music in which the entire fabric of a movement was based solely on a given North Indian scale of tones that form the basis of what is called ‘raga’. The Hindu deity Krishna, himself a powerful incarnation of the deity Vishnu, has long been associated not only with the playing of the flute but also the arts in general, most especially the dance. As legend has it, this fiery and divine Hindu hero, who inspires human aspirations, also had a masculine prowess that attracted as many as 16,000 women to him, charmed by his flute playing.

Honorable Mention, Solo Flute category, National Flute Association (USA) Newly Published Music Competition 2017

Our Description

Optional piano part is a drone only which could be played using mallets. Performance instructions and suggestions included.

Difficulty guide: 7-8
Difficulty level, roughly compared to ABRSM exam grades. 0 is beginner, 9 is advanced (beyond grade 8).

Item Details

Instrumentation

  • Part 1: Flute
  • Part 2 (Optional): Piano
Category: Solo Flute
Publisher: Forton Music
Publisher's reference: FM559
Our Stock Code: 1395723
Media Type: Paperback - Score and parts (10 pages [score])