Zoom Tube by Ian Clarke
For Solo Flute
This piece requires a flute with a B footjoint.
Zoom Tube is a rhythmic blues influenced piece employing a raft of extended techniques to achieve its aims. A stunning addition to the flute repertoire! It has to be heard to be believed. A challenge to learn but fortunately easier than it looks. Since coming into print in 2001 Zoom Tube has regularly been programmed in professional and final year conservatoire recital performances. It is advisable to play something like ‘The Great Train Race’ and ‘Spiral Lament or some of Robert Dick’s music before Zoom Tube! Having said that there is plenty of explanation so previous experience with extended techniques is not a pre-requisite – just useful!