Taches lumineuses

Taches lumineuses

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Scoring & Instrumentation
Solo Flute
Alternate Title
Taches lumineuses – un amas d'étoiles dans une constellation
Year Authored (or revised)
Duration (min)
7
Movements
Introduction
Sattelites
Meditation I
Neutrinos
Meditation II
Pulsars

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Composer's Note:

Taches lumineuses is a set of six "microludes" for solo flute inspired by an evocative expression marking in Olivier Messiaen's orchestral work Éclairs sur l’Au-Delà, translating to "points of light — a cluster of stars in a constellation." Written in the midst of an intensive study of Messiaen's work for my doctoral research, this piece is at once a personal response to Messiaen's methods of musical organization and a depiction of a variety of the celestial phenomena that often inspired his music as well. Taches lumineuses was commissioned by flutist Kelley Barnett and completed in January 2018.

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First Perfomance
Kelley Barnett, MISE-EN_PLACE, New York, NY, January 15, 2018
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Text Language - Non English

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Ensemble Type
solo instrumental (non-keyboard)
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Instrument
flute

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