- for flute and three percussionists
- 05' 00"
- Percussion 1. c# crotale, one timpani, suspended cymbal; Percussion 2: vibraphone (motor off); Percussion 3: 4 rototoms (med or large) C# D# G# B
|Score (112k)||Page 1 of 'Slides 6'||© Waiteata Music Press|
Written at the 1986 Cambridge Music School and premiered there, this work utilises flute with 3 percussionists: C# crotale, one timpani, suspended cymbal, vibraphone 4 roto-toms. Two particular uses of glissando occur in the music – the flautist is called upon to execute a tremolo while overblowing to produce an upward rush through the upper harmonics; and the percussionist is asked to place the crotale upside down on the timpani head then to strike the crotale sharply and manipulate the timpani pedal – this causes the crotale pitch to fluctuate.