Flute 1 part from Frescobaldis restless dream for chamber orchestra

page one of the Flute 1 part from Frescobaldis restless dream for chamber orchestra

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Full details

Frescobaldis restless dream is the story of an ancient composer, who gets a vision from 20th/21st century while sleeping. On the climax he wakes up and starts to dream about his usual melodies, which are now slightly changed. The music starts Frescobaldi-like, but is completly new and the themes are much older than the age-of-Frescobaldi.

The instrumentation is typical for non-standard amateur groups and the parts have different difficultis. The double-notes in the high woodwind are alternative, mostly depending on the skills of first flute. You may ask me for adaptations, if You need… The score is different to the small-ensemble-version.

Trialed and tested with my amateur-orchestra.


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Duration
4 minutes
Genre
Classical music
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