Writer's Block

Flute ● December 2010 ● 4:00


Writer's Block was surprisingly easy to write, despite the name. In this piece, our flutist doesn't quite know what to play or how to get the piece off the ground. In a moment of frustration she discovers the answer and presents a jazzy unaccompanied solo. Everything after the "eureka" moment in Writer's Block uses the jazz standard I Could Write a Book as its harmonic progression.



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Kyle Vanderburg