Flute Sonata No. 13 – (The Spaghetti Western Sonata)
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Flute Sonata No. 13 – (The Spaghetti Western Sonata) for the Flute and Piano is part of the Spaghetti Western genre is a subgenus of Western filmmaking which emerged in the mid-sixties with Italian director, Sergio Leone. The term spaghetti westerns were used by critics because most of these films were produced and directed by Italians. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly is one of the iconic films of the Dollars Trilogy and capitulated Clint Eastwood into stardom remaining to this day as one of the most influential Western films of all time. This music serves as a character analysis of the three leading men: The Good, played by Clint Eastwood, the Bad, played by Lee Van Cleef, and the Ugly, played by Eli Wallach.
NOTES: There is a direct segue into mvt. 3. So there is no clear delineation between the 2 mvts – they flow into each other.