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Explosive woodwind motifs contrasted with eerie harmonic solos from the strings, underpinned by the pulsating heartbeat of a kick drum.
They are looking for pieces of up to three minutes for a woodwind quintet of flute, oboe, clarinet in b flat, French horn and bassoon.
Yet the woodwind sometimes played with a heavy vibrato, when bleached tonelessness is what is required.
Same goes for Simon Walton's Playing The Flute, Recorder And Other Woodwind (1032799583), which follows the same organization in presenting step-by-step coverage of mastering the basics of playing.
Shostakovich's woodwind arrangement of two Domenico Scarlatti pieces, Pastorale and Capriccio, found the Sinfonia on top form in a performance of neatly worked detail and well turned phrasing.
5, "Horn and woodwinds unfold a series of perky little tunes.
Woodwind solo under 12 Hannah Roberts, Ysgol Santes Fair, Wrexham.
Woodwind solo, 12 years and under: Sarah Smith; Woodwind solo, 14 years and under: Kathryn Stephens; Woodwind solo, 16 years and under: Daniella Waddoop; Woodwind solo Open: Danielle Waddoop; Recorder solo open, any recorder Laura Bury; Brass solo, 14 years and under: David Merrick Miller; Brass solo, 16 years and under: Joseph Poole, also the winner of the Ted Boynton Memorial Trophy for the highest mark in the solo brass classes.