Earlier this year I spent some time on the northerly coast of Cornwall in the UK and wrote this piece about a piece of headland -- Pentire Point. It is scored for full orchestra though has a concerto feel for piano and some of the other woodwind instruments that are feature quite heavily.
The piece is available on my soundcloud page: https://soundcloud.com/jack-pickett and also on my composer forum page: https://composersforum.ning.com/profile/JackPickett
Thanks in advance for taking a listen and Merry Christmas + HYN... :)
Thanks for taking a listen. Its part of a ballet I have been writing for a few years called the Black Rose. I'll revisit the 6:35 section and see if I can find some scope for development. My personal reasons for writing are complex but I spent time in Cornwall over the spring last year and was inspired by a piece of headland called Pentire Point.
Thanks for listening.
Thanks Frederick. Any thoughts on this piece in particular?