Full Moon : for solo trumpet in B flat
by Keyna Wilkins (2012, this version: 2016)
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Full Moon creates an atmosphere of reflection and mystery like the moon itself. The piece meanders in an impressionistic and improvisatory manner, as if dreaming. Centering around G phrygian mode with much chromatic colour, it takes inspiration from images from NASA's Grail Mission in 2012 to map the moon's surface.
Year: 2012, this version: 2016
Instrumentation: Trumpet in B flat.
Duration: 4 min.
Difficulty: Advanced — AMEB 8th Grade/A Mus
First performance: by Will Gilbert — 7 May 16. Seymour Centre Soundlounge, Sydney NSW
Full Moon (for trumpet)
Source: Performed by Will Gilbert.
Full Moon (for flute)
Source: Performed by Keyna Wilkins.
- Influenced by: Jazz
Performances of this work
27 May 2021: at Psycon (Mary's Underground (Circular Quay)).
11 Nov 17: The Flute tree, Leichhardt NSW. Featuring Keyna Wilkins.
7 May 16: Seymour Centre Soundlounge, Sydney NSW. Featuring Will Gilbert.
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