Elegy - Medium - Flute & Keyboard By Jeff Smallman - Part(s) Eighth Note Publication Woodwind - Flute Solo Series
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In Stock. Spirituals have found their way into the standard repertoire of vocalists and instrumentalists. The lyrical tunes combined with the powerful message they tell affect us all. Presented here are three separate spirituals which are all reflective in nature: Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child, My Lord, What a Morning and Steal Away. All the pieces are supported by an interesting piano part with jazz harmonies and a rhythmic pulse. These pieces are ideal at church, on a concert or for use at a competition.
The title comes from a poem written by Thomas Moore and sets the mood for the opening moments of the piece. Wistful and mournful at times, there is a brief change of atmosphere in the middle of the work, providing a more hopeful sound, but this is short-lived as the work turns again to the opening mood and winds its way to a quiet, peaceful ending.