The metamorphosis of the narcissus for solo flute after Salvador Dali : flute solo
by Grant Sheridan (1985)
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Library shelf no. 788.32/SHE 4 [Available for loan]
This is a very technically and musically demanding work; a genuine showpiece for accomplished flautists. The piece is tonally and rhythmically very abstruse, utilizing a range of contemporary compositional styles and techniques. The piece is divided into two sections. There is a mysterious opening section which includes a melodic quote taken from Debussy's Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun. The work concludes brilliantly with some very fiery and fast music.
Duration: 4 min.
Difficulty: Advanced — Approx. AMEB Associate
First performance: by Tim Nott — Aug 00. Pilgrim Uniting Church, Flinders Street, Adelaide
Very contemporary, but nevertheless still popular with audiences due to the clarity and strenghth of the pieces main themes and the opportunity for flautists to demonstrate their virtuousity.
Work on Series 2 AMEB Flute for Leisure Syllabus for S.A. and N.T.
Transcribed for flute from the original work for oboe
Performances of this work
Aug 00: Pilgrim Uniting Church, Flinders Street, Adelaide. Featuring Tim Nott.
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