Full Moon : for solo flute
by Keyna Wilkins (2012)
Score SampleView a sample of the score of this work
This sample is from the Solo Clarinet version of this work
Selected products featuring this work — Display all products (3 more)
This item may be available to purchase from the Australian Music Centre.
Please contact our Sales Department to confirm pricing and availability.
Library shelf no. CD 2927 [Available for loan]
Library shelf no. 788.32/WIL 11 [Not for loan]
Display all products featuring this work (3 more)
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.
Duration: 5 min.
Difficulty: Advanced — AMEB 8 to A. Mus.
First performance: by Keyna Wilkins — 11 Nov 17. The Flute tree, Leichhardt 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
11 Nov 17: The Flute tree, Leichhardt NSW. Featuring Keyna Wilkins.
7 May 16: Seymour Centre Soundlounge, Sydney NSW. Featuring Will Gilbert.
Be the first to share your thoughts, opinions and insights about this work.
To post a comment please login.