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|Reflections II for voice and flute
|Reflections II is a setting of Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s immortal poem “How do I love thee.” The composer tried to convey the dramatic and passionate ideas of the poem through word painting. Both parts, flute and voice, employ very expressive lines. This work received First Prize, the Glen Award, at L’Ensemble Competition.——Reflections is a series of works written for chamber groups and voice. The music evokes images based on either the composer’s past experiences or the poetry.
|Poem: How Do I Love Thee? Elizabeth Browning
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|Dinos Constantinides (Works)
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|Reflections II Score and Parts.pdf
|Reflections II cover.pdf
|Reflections II Parts.pdf
|Reflections II Score.pdf
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