Tilmann Dehnhard is one of the most imaginative contemporary writers of music for the flute and this is another extremely good piece. The unifying factor is the note A for the piano which is constant throughout. Above this the flute weaves its magic with a mixture of elusive melodic fragments combined with a more rhythmic and jazz-influenced central section. All the required techniques are fully explained and it's all completely approachable and playable. The result is a piece that will be enjoyed by everyone - I've already bought my copy!
From the Publisher
This piece was written for an open-hole flute with a B foot. To play the glissandi, an open-hole flute is your only option. Although the fingering charts depict a B foot, it is not absolutely necessary: all fingerings can be played with a C foot.
The main structural frame of this piece is a constantly played a'. Performs this music with rhythmic precision, so the effect of a 'perpetuum mobile' - note appears.
Difficulty level, roughly compared to ABRSM exam grades. 0 is beginner, 9 is advanced (beyond grade 8).
- Part 1: Flute
- Part 2: Piano
Publisher: Universal Edition
Publisher's reference: UE36747
Our Stock Code: 1411416
Media Type: Paperback (15 pages [score])