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Rhapsody for Flute

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Stephen Bulla

Stephen Bulla

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General Info

Year: 1996
Duration: c. 6:00
Difficulty: IV / II (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Curnow Music
Cost: Score and Parts - $74.00   |   Score Only - $14.00


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Program Notes

This concert piece for flute soloist and band is divided into three sections. A fast opening theme provides the soloist with a rhythmic melody that evolves into a slower and more expressive middle section. Here too the band has ample opportunity to display a full and warm sensitivity with the music. This section concludes with a brief cadenza for solo flute supported by sustained woodwind harmony. The final section is quick and light-hearted, becoming an energetic finale to this original composition.

- Program Note from the score

This is a truly fascinating work for solo flute with band. Symphonic in nature, the band accompaniment displays a multitude of colors and textures underneath the solo, which is at times playful, somewhat contemporary, and occasionally dark and warm.

- Program Note from publisher


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Works for Winds by This Composer


  • Bulla, S. (1996). Rhapsody for Flute [score]. Curnow Music Press: Wilmore, Ky.