Illuminated Rhythms : for flute and piano
by John Spence (2018)
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Performance by Aimee Jeffries, John Spence from the CD Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 101.
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Illuminated Rhythms is a dynamic piece for flute and piano. As the title suggests, rhythm plays an important part in the enrgy and tension of the piece. Although it contains conventional metres, it uses additive rhythmic groupings within each metre. Furthermore, the score has been edited in an unorthadox way to show this interpretation. There are also some easy-to-play multiphonics at the beginning and the fingering diagrams are also displayed. The contour of the flute part is mostly scalic and unchallenging despite the complexity of the harmony. Illuminated Rhythms offers a concert piece with flair and brilliance.
Instrumentation: Flute, piano.
Duration: 4 min.
Difficulty: Medium — Suitable for HSC Music 2 performance. 7th-8th Grade Level
Dedication note: Dedicated to Aimee Jeffries
The composer has noted the following styles, genres, influences, etc. associated with this work:
Modal, Polytonal, In the tradition of Bohuslav Martinů and Aaron Copland flute works.
- In the form/style of: Modal
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