“Reverie” for flute by Jennifer Castellano

About the Piece

This piece was composed in February 2003 and was written for a close friend of mine, Maria Mangino, who is also a flutist.  It was first performed at Manhattanville College in May of that year.  It is based on a three-note idea that develops throughout the piece.  The piece bears the title “Reverie” because I was in a half-asleep half-awake state when the ideas came to me.  This was one of the first “serious” pieces I wrote and it remains a favorite of mine.  

It was later revised and performed by Ashley Murtha on September 30, 2007, as part of a concert project I presented during my graduate studies at the Conservatory of Music at Purchase College called Inspirations and New Creations.

Audio link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/it9bs33mwxixaax/Reverie.mp3?dl=0

To purchase the score, please contact me directly at Jennifer@CastellanoMusic.net. And, to explore more of my music visit my website https://www.castellanomusic.net/

Perusal Score can be found here.

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