Turtle Dreaming : for harp, flute and viola
by Natalya Vagner (2005)
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An atmospheric piece that takes you through the beauty of the different world of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. It's a storytelling of the turtle traveling among corals and fish, delights in the kaleidoscope of colors of light and corals. A Peaceful journey of beauty and harmony in a rich world of sea creatures. Inspired by following-swimming with a real turtle in the waters of the Great Barrier Reef in 2004 off the Lizard Island, North of Brisbane, QLD.
Instrumentation: Flute, harp, viola.
Duration: 12 min.
Difficulty: Medium — Its a very expressive an atmospheric piece, emotionally challenging
Dedication note: Dedicated to the Great Barrier Reef of Australia
Commission note: Commissioned by Johanna Selleck.
Would enhance the performance if performed with a screen projected with images of the Great Barrier Reef. Great for educational purposes.
The composer notes the following styles, genres, influences, etc in relation to this work:
Influenced by French alchemists like C. Debussy and E. Satie with a touch of sensibilities and light palette of colors.
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