'Phi' 1.618 for Solo Flute
'Phi' 1.618 was written for my Mmus in composition at Royal Holloway for the course taught by Dr. Philip Cashian. The piece was composed between 17th October-1st November 2006 and as yet remains unperformed owing to its complexity. For this reason, I should like to challenge any flautist who specializes in experimental music to learn it. I am willing to dedicate the piece (for what it's worth) to whoever learns it first!
The construction of this piece is based around the Golden Number (Phi = 1.618) and the related Fibonacci sequence (1,2,3,5,8,13, etc.). The piece was planned to be around 5 minutes in length and would use a strict construction process involving Phi.
(Oh, and btw, playback on here will be terrible!)
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