The Broderick for Flute, Cello and Double Bass by Nicole Chamberlain
Score and parts
Extended Techniques: Flute – Beat Boxing Syllables, Jet Whistle, Pizzicato, Stomps Cello & Double Bass – Knocks, Stomps, Strum, Tamb s.t (palm slaps against open strings)
The Broderick is a slang term from the 1930’s which means a thorough beating. The term, however had more ominous beginnings. The term originated from New York City detective Johnny Broderick who was notorious for taking on the gangsters using any force necessary.