The Falling Star over Vienna

– Soprano Recorder
– Piano


The Falling Star over Vienna

  • Moderato
  • Modern Technique
  • 3′ 30″
  • Competition, Concert, Pedagogy

Prize: 13,90

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description

A contemporary chamber music for concert, examination or competition
Interpreter: Anne Innerwinkler (AUT)

UTENSILS:
Handkerchief set on piano strings

TECHNIQUES:
for flute: flutter tongue, glissando, sputato and overblowing.
for Piano: finger tremolo on piano strings, tapping, fingernail game on piano strings. The flute’s frequences sets the piano strings in movement.

I wrote “The Falling Star over Vienna” for recorder students from the third year of learning and a professional piano accompaniment. It is a good choice for competition examination and concert.
CONTENT:
At the beginning of the piece you describe the starry sky of Vienna at night. It is calm, sometimes broken by vague, unfamiliar sounds of the night.
Suddenly you see a shooting star clear and bright passing by. Excited of this short intensive action you want to follow its tail, you will not lose it…

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