Darker Still

(2002)

by John Woolrich

Description
flute and piano
Duration
14
Genres
Flute/Piccolo
Commission
Commissioned jointly by the BBC and the Royal Philharmonic Society as part of radio 3's New Generation Artists Scheme. First performed by Emily Beynon and (tbc) on 21 February 2002 at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester.
First Performance
22.2.02, RNCM, Manchester: Emily Beynon/Andrew West
Availability

Piano score and part (fp) 0-571-56725-8 on sale

Programme Notes

'Darker Still' explores the outer edges: the dark and the bright sides of the flute’s voice, lyricism and brutality, movement and stillness, the clear and the muffled, song and silence, are set against each other. As the piece progresses the lights are snuffed out and shadows creep in, leaving the flute singing broken tunes in the dark. ‘Darker Still’ starts with a bang and ends with a whisper. 'Darker Still' was commissioned jointly by the BBC and the Royal Philharmonic Society as part of Radio 3's New Generation Artists Scheme. John Woolrich

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