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Blue Work


Anake

for flute

Year:  1998   ·  Duration:  13m

Year:  1998
Duration:  13m

Composer:   Lyell Cresswell

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Sample Score

Sample: Pages 1-3

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About

'Anake' – Maori for alone – is a set of three pieces. The first contrasts fragmentary ideas with slower wide-ranging melodic lines. These ideas are extended into a shimmering virtuosic diversion in the second piece, and the third turns the slower music into a desolate lament. This third piece was written with a line from Federico Garcia Lorca's lament for the bullfighter Ignacio Sanchez Mejias in mind: 'Bones and flutes sound in his ears'.


Commissioned note

Premiered by Ingrid Culliford in Auckland, 21 November 1999


Dedication note

Ingrid Culliford


Contents note

Set of three movements


Performance history

21 Nov 1999: Performed by Ingrid Culliford (flute)

18 Dec 2000: Performed by Rosemary Eliot (flute)