FLUTE SONATA NO. 3 – the N. C. Wyeth Sonata

FLUTE SONATA NO. 3 - the N. C. Wyeth Sonata

FLUTE SONATA NO. 3 – the N. C. Wyeth Sonata is for Amy Porter who is a tenured professor at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Amy Porter provides pedagogy and performance tips on how to perform Flute Sonata No. 3 – the N. C. Wyeth Sonata.  Inspired by the 3 western paintings of American illustrator and painter,  N. C. Wyeth, reflecting his life and creativity.

Flute Sonata No. 3 - The N. C. Wyeth Sonata
Movement 1 – Youth, Trains And Tin Pan Alley, Is A Medley Of Incidents And Developments That Effected His Early Life.

 

Flute Sonata No. 3 - The N. C. Wyeth Sonata
Movement 2 – A Dead Son, Reflection And Memory, Portrays The Poignant Death Of His Teacher, Howard Pile’s Son.

 

Flute Sonata No. 3 - The N. C. Wyeth Sonata
Movement 3 – Bronco Buster, Captures The Asymmetrical And Spasmodic Movements Of A Cowboy Riding A Wild Bronco.

 

Approximately 7 minutes long

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