SA with solo flute and piano


Composer: Matthew Minter

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Out of Cape Canaveral Florida on the 5th of August 2011, the Juno Spacecraft departed Earth, bound for the Jovian System. The mission: To unlock the secrets of the origin of the solar system. Jupiter holds the key. Five years later, on the 5th of July 2016, having travelled 2.8 billion kilometres, the Juno Spacecraft fired its rockets at just the right time, speed and angle to be placed into orbit around Jupiter.

This piece has a ferocious piano part and is filled with excitement for the singers. The solo flute features in the latter half of the song. The PDF includes a separate flute part. (There are small differences between the YouTube video of the winning performance at the Armidale Eisteddfod below and this score as the piece has been ‘touched up’ since that performance in 2017.)



SA with solo flute and piano



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