Wind Quartet (1974) [Score only]
- Interesting, worth a look
Written while I was still a student at the RCM, the Wind Quintet was first performed in 1971 at a Music in our Time concert, and in 1972 recieved it's U.S. premiere in Boston played by the Annex Players. In 1973 I revised the piece and the new version was performed on Radio 3 by the Twentieth Century Ensemble of London. It is a very short piece, lasting about 6 minutes. The music is continuous in character, moving through a variety of wind textures with the harmony and intervals gradually expanding outwards. The piece is dedicated to the memory of the distinguished Australian flautist, Douglas Whittaker, who died while I was revising the piece.
Difficulty level, roughly compared to ABRSM exam grades. 0 is beginner, 9 is advanced (beyond grade 8).
- Part 1: Flute
- Part 2: Bb Clarinet
- Part 3: French Horn
- Part 4: Bassoon
Publisher: United Music Publishers
Our Stock Code: 921145
Media Type: Paperback - Score only