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  • Hailstork, A :: Yuhwa (The Goddess of the Willow Trees)
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    Hailstork, A :: Yuhwa (The Goddess of the Willow Trees)

    Presser Publications presents Adolphus Hailstork's 'Yuhwa (The Goddess of the Willow Trees)' for solo flute.

    In Korean mythology, Yuhwa was the daughter of a River God, tricked into marrying the Sun God. She escaped back to her homeland and gave birth to a son who became the founder and monarch of Korea’s northern kingdom. The symbolic willow tree is considered a source of healing in Korean folklore and elsewhere around the world.

    Hailstork’s 6-minute depiction is a luscious mix of innocent (and catchy) melody, blended with fascinating drama and texture to create a concert work that both stands on its own as pure music and depicts the legend of the goddess Yuhwa.

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  • Various :: Flute Music by French Composers
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    Various :: Flute Music by French Composers

    A collection of flute pieces requested at some time by the Paris Conservatory for its annual contest. Each is a real challenge for the performer, technically and musically. Includes Cecile Chaminade's Concertino, Georges Enesco's Cantabile et Presto, Paul Taffanel's Andante Pastoral et Scherzettino, and others.

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  • Various :: Flute Music by French Composers
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    Various :: Flute Music by French Composers

    Flute Music by French Composers

    Various

    The same great French collection now includes a CD of piano accompaniment along with the flute and piano sheet music. Practice with the CD so you can get a real feel and understanding of the full piece. You will gain a better understanding of the music and perform each piece more musically as you will be able to hear the piano part. Piano played by Jeannie Yu and Elena Abend.

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Paul Taub Young Artist Competition

The Seattle Flute Society is pleased to announce its 10th Annual Young Artist Competition. In honor of the late Paul Taub, the Young Artist Competition will henceforth be known as the Paul Taub Young Artist Competition.

The final round of the 2022 competition will take place on April 10, 2022 as a part of the 2022 Seattle Flute Festival (Guest Artist: Jennifer Grim), with Preliminary Round entries due on February 20, 2022. Finalists will be selected and informed by February 28, 2022. In the event of unforeseen COVID restrictions, the final round will take place online.

open to all flutists ages 18 to 29 on the day of the competition, April 11, 2021

1st Place $1000 | 2nd Place $500 | 3rd Place $250 


Preliminary Recorded Round


Final Live Round

  • Each finalist must curate a 20-minute uninterrupted program of their choice demonstrating the breadth of their technical and artistic abilities through a variety of musical styles and periods.
  • Must include Ken Benshoof's Bittersweet for flute and piano (2019, Alry)