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Flute music; Flute and piano music; Quartets (Piano, flutes (3)); Sonatas (Flute and piano);


Tara Lynn Meade performed a graduate flute recital at eight o’clock in the evening on Friday, March 7, 2014 in Davis Hall at the Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center. Collaborating with Ms. Meade on selected works were pianists Polina Khatsko and Brittany Lensing and flutists Mara Miller and Natalie Neshyba. The recital was presented in partial fulfillment of a Master of Music in flute performance. The program opened with a set of contrasting fantasies — Telemann’s Fantasia No. 3 in B Minor, a baroque work for solo flute, followed by François Borne’s virtuosic Fantasie brillante on themes from Bizet’s Carmen. The first portion of the program concluded with a trio of flutists who presented the ethereal sounds of the first movement of Ian Clarke’s Curves. Following intermission, the audience was treated to two twentiethcentury works, Robert Dick’s Fish are Jumping and Jindřich Feld’s energetic Sonata for Flute and Piano. Ms. Meade’s graduate recital presented works spanning four centuries, from Telemann’s fantasia published in 1733 to Clarke’s composition released in 2012, illustrating the variety and virtuosity of the flute repertoire.

Year of Submission


Degree Name

Master of Music


School of Music

First Advisor

Angeleita Floyd, Chair


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Several tracks are not available for listening because the music is in copyright.

  • Curves for Three Flutes and Piano
  • Fish are Jumping
  • Sonata for Flute and Piano-I. Allegro glocoso
  • Sonata for Flute and Piano-II. Grave
  • Sonato for Flute and Piano-III. Allegro vivace

Download button contains PDF document of the official record for meeting the degree requirements, abstract, and recital program.

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