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In blissful serenity : arranged for piano, flute and double bass

by Margaret Brandman (2012, this version: 2013)

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In blissful serenity : arranged for piano, flute and double bass / Margaret Brandman.

Library shelf no. 785.2413/BRA 2 [Available for loan]

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Work Overview

This melodic work played in a relaxed tempo is in a minor key and harmonised with extended chords to create a rich sound and a meditative mood.

Work Details

Year: 2012, this version: 2013

Instrumentation: Piano, flute, double bass.

Duration: 3 min.

Difficulty: Medium — Piano arpeggiated left hand, 16th runs, passages in 6ths, Double bass easy, and Flute medium difficulty.

First performance: by Margaret Brandman, James Mackay, Mary Rapp — 9 Nov 13. Rhapsodies to Rhumbas Concert, Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre, Penrith NSW

This melodic piece is an expanded version of the original piano solo.  In the first two sections of this arrangement the piano melody is accompanied by the double bass and flute lines, while the melody is assigned to the flute in the third section of the work. The relaxed tempo, minor tonality and lush harmonies all combine to achieve a meditative mood.

Performances of this work

23 Aug 2014: at Rhapsodies to Rhumbas (Zenith Theatre Chatswood).

9 Nov 13: Rhapsodies to Rhumbas Concert, Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre, Penrith NSW. Featuring Margaret Brandman, James Mackay, Mary Rapp.

9 Nov 2013: at Margaret Brandman: Rhapsodies to Rhumbas (Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre).

30 Aug 2012: at Margaret Brandman (St. Catherine's College). Featuring Margaret Brandman.

30 Aug 12: World Forum Concert, St Catherine's College, Oxford UK. Featuring Margaret Brandman.

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