Clarke Zoom Tube-Solo Flute-ICMusic
Clarke Zoom Tube-Solo Flute-ICMusic Zoom Tube is a rhythmic blues influenced piece employing a raft of extended techniques to achieve its aims. A stunning addition to the flute repertoire! It has to be heard to be believed. A challenge to learn but fortunately easier than it looks. Since coming into print in 2001 Zoom Tube has regularly been programmed in professional and final year conservatoire recital performances. It is advisable to play something like ‘The Great Train Race’ and ‘Spiral Lament or some of Robert Dick’s music before Zoom Tube! Having said that there is plenty of explanation so previous experience with extended techniques is not a prerequisite – just useful! Zoom Tube has been used several times as an international competition piece including for the NFA’s 2006 Young Artists Competition. It was selected for inclusion in the Peters Edition GCSE Music Anthology in the section ‘Changing Directions of Western Classical Music from 1900’. It has been freely programmed many times by woodwind finalists in the BBC Young Musician of the year including in the winning programme of both the BBCYM, the prestigious 2012 Royal Overseas League competition and many other leading woodwind prizes. It is now listed on the Carnegie Hall/Royal Conservatory (Canadian/USA exam system grade 1- 10 plus ARCT) and AMEB (Australian Music Examinations Board).
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