Full Orchestra - Level 4 - Digital Download
Composed by Panagiotis Theodossiou. 20th Century,Children,Concert,Standards. Score and parts. 220 pages. Panagiotis Theodossiou #6027245. Published by Panagiotis Theodossiou (A0.886737).
"The Flying Hat" Scenes of a Fairy Tail, for orchestra op.34 (2006)
a. "A Little Fanfare"
b. "The Hatland"
c. "Dad, the Giant Hat"
d. "Dance of the Little Hats"
e. "The Wind"
f. "The Flight"
A fairy tale full of inspiration written by a child was the stimulus for the creation of this polytonal work for orchestra. With humor and innocence, piquant orchestration and cinematic use of the sound, the work is dedicated to the child, Michalis Tillianakis and to Eleutherios Geitonas, director of "Geitonas School" who gave the idea for this project.
The work has been transcribed for piano, 4 hands, for the "Duo Pianismo" recital in "Benetatou" Cultural Center of Psihiko in 2010 and for wind quintet for the "Q innegal" Wind Quintet Concerts in Athens in 2011 ("Attikon Odeion"Conservatory, Art Gallery Café, Athens, Perigiali Theater, Korinthos). Excerpts of the work has been performed by Psychiko Youth Orchestra conducted by the composer at Arssakeion Educational Institute Theater in 2016.
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