Reems Creek Idyll

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Reems Creek Idyll

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Reems Creek Idyll is for any two treble clef instruments who can play quartertones.

Reems Creek Idyll was commissioned by Alan and Misty Theisen. They requested a pastoral work for flute and alto saxophone in the style of my recent open instrumentation pieces which are notated spatially and allow for a bit of improvisation on the part of the performer. This title of this work comes from the area where the Theisens reside in Western North Carolina. The calls or songs of two local birds (Carolina Chickadee & Tufted Titmouse) are also incorporated into the work. Reems Creek Idyll also resembles my open instrumentation works in that I have provided parts in C, E flat, B flat, and F so the piece may be performed by a variety of instruments.

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