There is some very witty interplay between the flute and the piano - love the little repeated note figure. I wonder, though, about the flute player - when we he/she breathe? One of the problems I have when writing and using GPO is that I forget the wind players have to breathe, the harp player is not a machine, etc. Of course, one could argue that GPO is an instrument, and that all is required is to get it to play. I guess I'm wondering about live performance...
But then, I'm a guitar player, so what do I know about the flute, anyway?
I'll go now.
"Playable" of not, the piece is a lot of fun.
Still can't believe you do all this with a mouse...
A skilled flute player or clarinettist or...whatever, finds breathing space at the end of music passages and phrases. A skilled flute player or clarinettist or...whatever, finds breathing space at the end of music passages and phrases. Did I forget to say that a skilled flute player or...?
Nice job on this, Larry; and I look forward to the
Although there are places where the flute player
definitely gets a bit of a workout; I'd certainly say
this is quite playable. The usual approach is just
to take it easy on the player in the next movement
so he can get his wind back...