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Haflidi Hallgrímsson: Verse 1 for Flute and Cello: Flûte Traversière et Accomp.

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COMPOSITEUR: Haflidi Hallgrímsson
TYPE DE PRODUIT: Version instrumentale
DESCRIPTION PRODUCT TYPE: Recueil
ÉDITEUR: Chester Music
'Verse 1' marks the beginning of a more ambitious and intense style of composition. The ideas are relatively simple and develop gradually in a cyclic fashion within a one movement, sectional design. Progressively faster tempileadto the main climax of the work near the end of the piece. Then a short
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Compositeur Haflidi Hallgrímsson
Description Instrument Group Flûte Traversière
Instrumentation Flûte Traversière et Accomp.
Instrumentation Flute and Cello
Type de produit Version instrumentale
Description Product Type Recueil
Éditeur Chester Music
Genre Classique
Période Post 1901
Année de publication 2002
EAN 5020679169636
Edition Number CH55853
MUSCH55853
Description
'Verse 1' marks the beginning of a more ambitious and intense style of composition. The ideas are relatively simple and develop gradually in a cyclic fashion within a one movement, sectional design. Progressively faster tempileadto the main climax of the work near the end of the piece. Then a short coda leads to a very quiet ending and a return to the original tonal centre of C.

Quoting composer:'In April 1975 I occupied a flat in Aldeburgh,Suffolk,near the seafront. As a member of the English Chamber Orchestra, I had come to work for a week on a recording of Britten’s opera ‘Death in Venice’, so the real and suggested sound of the sea was in my ears, so to speak,for dayson end. A few weeks later, when I started work on 'Verse 1', it became clear in the first few bars that I was recalling and suggesting the sea and the beach at Aldeburgh. I am not aware of any direct influence fromBritten’smusic, but I do, however, quote a small fragment from a theme to be found in a piano quartet by Mahler, played early in the piece by the flute (bars 6 & 7).

This work was awarded the First Prize in the ViottiInternationalCompetition for composers, in Italy in 1975.

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