Antics : flute with piano
by Margaret Brandman (1976)
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Score & Part
Library shelf no. 788.32/BRA 2 [Available for loan]
This work was set for the 1998 AMEB Flute syllabus. This work is a modal work in three movements.
The first movement is in the Aeolian Mode and makes wide use of contrapuntal techniques. The second movement is in the unusual time signature of 7/4. The work which is written in the Phrygian Mode, begins with a haunting introductory section reminiscent of Japanese flute music, and then continues in tempo. The final movement, is in the Ionian Mode, known as our familiar Major scale. This work is written using a swing feel in triple time, and features improvisatory sections for both flute and piano.
Instrumentation: Flute, piano.
Duration: 7 min.
Difficulty: Easy — AMEB Grade 4.
Contents note: In 3 movts
The composer notes for the following styles, genres, subjects etc associated with this work:
Modal music, Jazz, Eastern influences.
Performances of this work
23 Aug 2014: at Rhapsodies to Rhumbas (Zenith Theatre Chatswood).
9 Nov 2013: at Margaret Brandman: Rhapsodies to Rhumbas (Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre).
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