Streaming Green
composer: Nancy Galbraith (2009)
genre: flute choir
length: 1 movement, 7:00 minutes
orchestration: pic, fl-1, fl-2, fl-3, fl-4, fl-5, alto-fl, bass-fl, pno
publisher: Subito Music Publishing (ASCAP)
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world premiere: 14 August 2009
West Virginia University Flute ChoirFrancesca Arnone, conductor
37th Annual National Flute Convention
Marriot Marquis Hotel; Midtown Manhattan, New York City
program notes: "Streaming Green" was commissioned by the West Virginia University Division of Music for the WVU Flute Choir's 2009 concert appearance at the 37th Annual National Flute Convention in New York City.
composer's notes:

"Streaming Green" is a bright, energetic, dancing work filled with several rhythmic melodic motives which are superimposed over ostintato textures. With the exception of a few transitional areas that slow down a bit, the work is largely perpetual motion or "streaming". One of these slower areas is more extended, transitioning back to the opening material. The "green" in the title refers to the view from my studio windows in Spring 2009 as I was writing this music.— N.G.

recordings: Streaming Dreams: Uptown Flutes
UPC: 888295103817
Uptown Flutes • Karen Demsey | Rebecca Vega, co-directors
source: nancygalbraith.com