Déjà Vu : for solo flute
by Johanna Selleck (1994)
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The title Déjà Vu refers to the way the materials of the piece develop and recur. At times, there is a feeling of a half-remembered memory or lingering subconscious thoughts. Another aspect of déjà vu is the brief refererences to two other pieces for flute that were performed on the same program of the premiere performance of this piece (J.S. Bach's E Minor Sonata and Reinecke's 'Undine' Sonata). Thus, Déjà Vu created a connection between the main peices on the program. The concept of 'connectedness' is a major theme in my compositions.
Duration: 9 min.
Commission note: Composed for an audition for a masters degree at the Victorian College of the Arts.
First performance: by Johanna Selleck — Dec 94. Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne
Revised in September 2020.
Performances of this work
30 Sep 2018: at Elbow Room Festival (Montsalvat).
23 Jun 2018: at Baroque and Beyond (Armadale Uniting Church).
Dec 94: Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne. Featuring Johanna Selleck.
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