'It’s not light nor easy (just look at what Harle demands of the players). It’s not crossover. Nor is it imitative. This new classical, as demonstrated in Harle’s ‘Flare’ is a glorious, shimmering, colourful celebration of music…' Jon Jacob

Instrumentation

solo ssax - pno - perc(1): tam-t/vib/hi-hat - 2 vln.vla.vlc.db

Availability

Score and parts for hire

Reviews

'John Harle’s ‘Flare’ highlights the new kind of classical music that really isn’t being written about nor celebrated anywhere near enough. It’s a style that proudly draws on multiple influences and genres. It’s a style that refuses to revere. It’s not light nor easy (just look at what Harle demands of the players). It’s not crossover. Nor is it imitative. This new classical, as demonstrated in Harle’s ‘Flare’ is a glorious shimmering colourful celebration of music, here brought to life by an energetic ensemble.'
ThoroughlyGood (Jon Jacob), 23 July 2021

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