Grace Williams - Sonatina for Flute and Piano
This is one of the Welsh composer, Grace Williams's earlier works, written in 1931 and showing the influence of Ralph Vaughan-Williams - one of her teacher's while in London. This piece is composed in three movements and showcases the full pitch and dynamic range of the solo flute with aplomb.
Includes solo flute part and piano accompaniment.
To be recorded soon on Ty Cerdd Records
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