FRAGMENTS for flute and cello


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New World CRI NWCRL 453

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French Academy in Rome, 1972, Pierre-Yves Artaud, fl, Alain Mounier, vcl

FRAGMENTS for flute and cello is a one-movement work in which I was concerned with the relationship of two parts moving from an area of linear independence, where the lines are juxtaposed in an almost collage-like manner, to areas where the two parts move in parallel to participate mutually in the coloring of a single line. The work was written while I was a fellow at the American Academy in Rome for an exchange concert with the French Academy. It was premiered there in 1972 by Pierre-Yves Artaud, flute, and Alain Mounier, cello.

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mixed instrumental ens 6 to 15 players

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