The Apocrypha: Concerto for Flute & Orchestra (Movement II) - Passacaglia: The Affirmation

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I am currently writing a flute concerto using a new method of composing that I have devised called Semanticism. At present, only the second movement is complete, but I hope the rest will follow shortly. I have an outline for the outer movements, the finale of which will be completed next.

The movements will be as follows: 1) Exposition: The Dawn 2) Passacaglia: The Affirmation 3) Rondo: The Prophesy

Composition of �The Prophetic� In January 2006, I began to work on creating a new system for musical composition. After a few trial runs I finished the system at the beginning of March and the concerto marks my first use of the method. I decided to call the method semanticism as it was born out of my interest in cryptography. Semanticism is less strict that Schoenberg�s serial technique but shares its use of tone rows and the potential of motivic manipulation. In contrast to serialism, semanticism can lead more easily to a diatonic or modal sound world. The second movement presented here was composed between 27-29 of March.


Score ID
45844
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Year of composition
2006
Lyricist
none
Difficulty
Difficult (Grades 7+)
Duration
12 minutes
Instrumentation
Orchestra
Genre
Modern classical music
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