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Serenade : for flute and strings

by John Carmichael (2003)

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John Carmichael

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CD

John Carmichael : disc 3.

Version: This product features the Flute with piano version of this work

Library shelf no. CD 2525 [Available for loan]

Serenade

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Serenade : for flute & strings (piano reduction) / John Carmichael.

Version: This product features the Flute with piano version of this work

Library shelf no. 788.32/CAR 7 [Available for loan]

Work Overview

The musical material is shared equally between the two players although the unaccompanied opening mvt., the Soliloquy establishes the solo status of the flute part. There are darker shades throughout the first four mvts. but the Finale- Scherzando casts off the shadows in favour of lively and buoyant conclusion. There is a strong melodic element throughout.

Work Details

Year: 2003

Instrumentation: Flute, strings (single strings or string orchestra).

First performance: by Emerald Ensemble, Roger Armstrong, Roger Huckle — 2003. Brandon Hill, Bristol, UK

The music is approachable, melodic, offers a true partnership between the two players as they share the musical material

Performances of this work

Unknown date.

8 Sep 13: Flockhart Hall, Methodist Ladies College Kew, Vic. Featuring David Laughton, Helen Hardy.

20 Sep 09: Cottesloe Civic Centre, Perth. Featuring Allegri Chamber Orchestra, Jane Morris.

2003: Brandon Hill, Bristol, UK. Featuring Roger Armstrong, Roger Huckle, Emerald Ensemble.

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