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Fantasia "A Bell`s Day (Der Tag einer Glocke)"

Composer
Year of composition
1992
Difficulty
Difficult (Grades 7+)
Duration
7 minutes
Genre
Modern classical music
Instrumentation
Orchestra
Instrumental parts
Not available

fantasia on a single f-sharp (for solo flute and orchestra)
morning - midday - afternoon - evening

"Wealth and warmth of a single note,
Give birth of splendid pictures,
Colourful, mind-blowing.
A mighty symphony although it sounds so little."

Think of the impressions of a single bell up in the top of a steeple. Finally it reflects the whole course of the world. Starting at first lights until the blurred dawn. In tune with birds this single note is firm and stunningly beautiful.
Martin Hauber
(Part & conductor`s score rental is available by contacting the composer at the above email addresss).

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