Clarke: Sunstreams and Sunday Morning for Flute and PianoICM105
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- Composed by Ian Clarke (1964- )
- Moderate difficulty
‘Sunstreams’ (1986): arranged by Ian Clarke (1st printed in 1998), composed by Ian Clarke, Simon Painter & David Hicks. This is currently on the Trinity Guildhall grade 7 and the Carnegie Hall/Royal Conservatory (Canadian/USA exam system grade 1- 10 plus ARCT). The showy more technical middle section lies under the fingers so is one of those ‘easier than it looks’ passages. No extended techniques are used.
‘Sunday Morning’ (1987): arranged by Ian Clarke (1st printed in 1998), composed by Ian Clarke, Simon Painter & David Hicks. It is a little more difficult, particularly if the optional 8va is taken since it ventures to 4th octave Db. Timbral trills are employed for which fingerings are shown.
Both pieces come from a group of pieces that were originally co-written by Ian Clarke, Simon Painter and David Hicks when working together in the studio and as a performing rock group. They have subsequently been reworked by Ian for flute and piano; in their original form they were for flute, guitars, keyboards & drums. These arrangements were made circa 1998.