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Flute Concerto, Op.691

Klassische Musik/Konzert • 2006
 
 
   
 

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Titel nach Uploader: Carson Cooman: Flute Concerto – score only, Op.691


25.95 USD

Verkäufer Musik Fabrik
PDF, 1.58 Mb ID: SM-000322311 Datum des Uploads: 29 Dez 2017
Instrumentierung
Flöte, Piccoloflöte, Klarinette, Fagott, Oboe, Englischhorn, Horn, Posaune, Trompete, Tuba, Geige, Bratsche, Cello, Kontrabass, Bassklarinette, Schlaginstrumente
Partitur für
Solo, Sinfonieorchester
Art der Partitur
Partitur, Solo Stimme
Satz, Nr.
1 bis 2 von 2
Verleger
Musik Fabrik
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Schwer
Länge
13'0
Flute Concerto (2006) was commissioned by flutist Judith von Hopf and the Kiev Philharmonic and premiered by them under the direction of Guido Lamell. The work is in two movements: Chanson and Fantasy Variations.

The first movement, Chanson, is an extended “song” that develops through a variety of textures. The opening song material is centered around G#. In turn,
this G# is revealed to be a quasi-dominant of a D centered sonority. (A brief coda returns to G#, in preparation for the D center of the second movement.)
The second movement, Fantasy Variations, is cast as two presentations of the theme surrounding five free variations, plus a coda. The theme serves as the basis of the musical material for each variation as well as the structural
template for each. Also, each variation contains material referring back specifically to the previous variation.

The opening theme is declamatory and massive. The first variation is fast and limber. The second variation is introspective and stratified. The third variation is fleeting. The fourth variation is distant and spare. The fifth
variation is fast and driving. The final theme begins whispered and slowly regains its declamatory nature before a brief and intense coda ends the work in a blaze.

Instrumentation
2 Flutes (2nd dbl. Picc.)
2 Oboes
English Horn
2 Clarinets in Bb
Bass Clarinet in Bb
2 Bassoons
4 Horns in F/Bb
2 Trumpets in C
2 Trombones
Tuba
Percussion (2 players)
I: tubular bells, crotales, bass drum, whip/slapstick
II: vibraphone (motor off), snare drum
(Percussion I needs one rosined bow.
Percussion II needs one rosined bow.)
Piano
Solo Flute
(If necessary, discreet amplification of the soloist is acceptable.)
Violin I
Violin II
Viola
Cello
Contrabass
(at least two players [ideally more] must have machine extension to low C)

This item is the full score only. The solo part with a piano reduction is available for sale. The parts are on rental from the publisher.
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Für Flöte und Piano

Titel nach Uploader: Carson Cooman: Flute Concerto – reduction for flute and piano, Op.691


25.95 USD

Verkäufer Musik Fabrik
PDF, 4.63 Mb ID: SM-000322312 Datum des Uploads: 29 Dez 2017
Instrumentierung
Klavier, Flöte
Partitur für
Solo, Klavierbegleitung
Art der Partitur
Partitur für zwei Interpreten, Solo Stimme
Satz, Nr.
1 bis 2 von 2
Verleger
Musik Fabrik
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Schwer
Länge
13'0
Flute Concerto (2006) was commissioned by flutist Judith von Hopf and the Kiev Philharmonic and premiered by them under the direction of Guido Lamell. The work is in two movements: Chanson and Fantasy Variations.

The first movement, Chanson, is an extended “song” that develops through a variety of textures. The opening song material is centered around G#. In turn,
this G# is revealed to be a quasi-dominant of a D centered sonority. (A brief coda returns to G#, in preparation for the D center of the second movement.)
The second movement, Fantasy Variations, is cast as two presentations of the theme surrounding five free variations, plus a coda. The theme serves as the basis of the musical material for each variation as well as the structural
template for each. Also, each variation contains material referring back specifically to the previous variation.

The opening theme is declamatory and massive. The first variation is fast and limber. The second variation is introspective and stratified. The third variation is fleeting. The fourth variation is distant and spare. The fifth
variation is fast and driving. The final theme begins whispered and slowly regains its declamatory nature before a brief and intense coda ends the work in a blaze.

Instrumentation
2 Flutes (2nd dbl. Picc.)
2 Oboes
English Horn
2 Clarinets in Bb
Bass Clarinet in Bb
2 Bassoons
4 Horns in F/Bb
2 Trumpets in C
2 Trombones
Tuba
Percussion (2 players)
I: tubular bells, crotales, bass drum, whip/slapstick
II: vibraphone (motor off), snare drum
(Percussion I needs one rosined bow.
Percussion II needs one rosined bow.)
Piano
Solo Flute
(If necessary, discreet amplification of the soloist is acceptable.)
Violin I
Violin II
Viola
Cello
Contrabass
(at least two players [ideally more] must have machine extension to low C)

This item is the solo part with a piano reduction only. The full score is available for sale. The parts are on rental from the publisher.
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