Toccata for soprano and flute by Harry Freedman
Written for his wife, soprano Mary Morrison, the composer says, “The work is not difficult, at least not for any soprano who has progressed beyond Puccini, but it is quite tricky musically.
Aside from the fun I had writing it, one of the most gratifying things about the piece is that it never fails to elicit a positive response. It is, I think, in the best sense of the work, an audience piece.”
Score for soprano and flute