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Flute Concerto (Conversation Concerto No.3)

Classical/Symphonic music • 1996
 
 
   
 

Score

Title by uploader: Flute Concerto (Conversation Concerto No.3) - Score


6.00 USD

Seller Colin Bayliss
PDF, 1.29 Mb ID: SM-000221568 Upload date: 22 Feb 2015
Instrumentation
Flute, Clarinet, Bassoon, Oboe, Horn, Trombone, Trumpet, Violin, Viola, Cello, Double bass, Timpani, Percussion
Scored for
Symphonic orchestra
Type of score
Full score
Publisher
Colin Bayliss
Difficulty
Advanced
Duration
15'0
Conversation Concerto No.3 - for flute and orchestra (B97)
This piece is the third of a series of concerti intended partly for good amateurs
who would normally not be attracted to some overtly difficult modern works but
who want the challenge of today’s music.
This concerto was completed in June 1996, the impetus to write it being the 70th
birthday of the Swedish composer Maurice Karkoff in March 1997, and the work
includes particularly Swedish folk elements.
The work is in three movements:-
1. Allegro: this movement and also the last movement, are dominated by
rhythm, here with melodic interludes by the flute, and ending peacefully with a
quiet invocation of the Lapplanders’ joik, as though heard at a great distance.
2. Allegro amabile e lirico: this atmospheric movement is an orchestration
of Karkoff’s solo flute piece Hångars Källa (Spring in Hångar). It has no Swedish
folk tunes, but conveys the feeling of peace on this island in the Baltic. It may be
played, as in the original, on alto flute if desired.
3. Allegro: this movement is again rhythmic, using the dotted rhythms
associated with much Swedish folk music. After a cadenza the music dies down
again, as in the first movement, as though leaving Sweden after a visit.


Note: this is the score. The parts are available on this site as a separate download
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Parts

Title by uploader: Flute Concerto (Conversation Concerto No.3) - Parts


30.00 USD

Seller Colin Bayliss
ZIP, 1.05 Mb ID: SM-000221569 Upload date: 22 Feb 2015
Instrumentation
Flute, Clarinet, Bassoon, Oboe, Horn, Trombone, Trumpet, Violin, Viola, Cello, Double bass, Timpani, Percussion
Scored for
Symphonic orchestra
Type of score
Parts
Publisher
Colin Bayliss
Difficulty
Advanced
Duration
15'0
Conversation Concerto No.3 - for flute and orchestra (B97)
This piece is the third of a series of concerti intended partly for good amateurs
who would normally not be attracted to some overtly difficult modern works but
who want the challenge of today’s music.
This concerto was completed in June 1996, the impetus to write it being the 70th
birthday of the Swedish composer Maurice Karkoff in March 1997, and the work
includes particularly Swedish folk elements.
The work is in three movements:-
1. Allegro: this movement and also the last movement, are dominated by
rhythm, here with melodic interludes by the flute, and ending peacefully with a
quiet invocation of the Lapplanders’ joik, as though heard at a great distance.
2. Allegro amabile e lirico: this atmospheric movement is an orchestration
of Karkoff’s solo flute piece Hångars Källa (Spring in Hångar). It has no Swedish
folk tunes, but conveys the feeling of peace on this island in the Baltic. It may be
played, as in the original, on alto flute if desired.
3. Allegro: this movement is again rhythmic, using the dotted rhythms
associated with much Swedish folk music. After a cadenza the music dies down
again, as in the first movement, as though leaving Sweden after a visit.


Notes this download comprises the instrumental parts. The score is available as a separate download
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