UM0766: One Summer

Cover image One Summer  
Sonata for Flute & Harp
Martin Yates
Contents: Sonata
Instrumentation: Flute and Pedal Harp
Level: Intermediate to Advanced
Format: A4 Stapled Score & Part
Publisher: Broadbent & Dunn
ISMN: --
Publisher Ref: 11112
Edition/Year: 1993
Origin: UK
Our Ref: UM0766

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Sonata for Flute & Harp
Martin Yates

The musical equivalent of important extracts taken from a diary. For colleges and professionals.

"Another charming set of three short movements for flute (or violin) and harp. Playable and audience friendly they are a valuable addition to the repertoire, either as a concert piece or as background music. They are around grade 6-7ish standard. The first sits mainly in the middle and low octaves and has a flute cadenza towards the end. The second is more dreamlike with the melody in the flute part accompanied by an arpeggiated broken chord feature in the harp. The final movement is more lively and more of a duet between flute and harp, but again shouldn't pose any problems to get together with the harp." – Dr. Rachel Smith DMA, MA, BMus (Hons), FTCL – December 2012

"One Summer was composed for the British flute and harp duo of Anna Noakes and Gillian Tingay. This is a very technically and musically difficult duo sonata." – Suzanne L. Moulton-Gertig University of Denver in Notes, March 2000

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