Griffes Poem for Flute and Piano


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Griffes Poem for Flute and Piano

Griffes Poem for Flute and Piano

Flute and Piano Reduction
Edited by James Galway
Piano reduction by Phillip Moll
Composed in 1918


Poem was originally written for flute and orchestra. It received its premiere performance by the renowned flautist, Georges Barrère with the New York Symphony Orchestra in 1919.

American composer, Charles Tomlison Griffes (1884-1920) studied on piano and organ. He then went to Berlin to study with pianist Ernst Jedliczka at the Stern Conservatory and was also mentored by composer Engelbert Humperdinck. He was fascinated the French Impressionists, contemporary Russian composers and the music of Japan. His compositional output was fairly impressive despite him living a relatively short life.

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