Mimosa for solo piccolo-- written by Hong-da Chin




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Published on Apr 23, 2012

performed during "The Beauty of Chaos"-
A Senior Flute Recital by Sheila Victoria Anne

Recorded April 2012 in Dudley Hall at the University of Houston.

From the composer: "Mimosa" is inspired by music often heard from the traditional Chinese bamboo flute. Mimosa is a Chinese term meaning shy grass.

This piccolo solo was dedicated to Sheila VA in the Fall of 2009 by good friend and UH composition graduate, Hong-da Chin.

Hong-da received his Master's in Composition and Performance at the University of Louisville and is currently finishing his doctorate studies at Bowling Green State University for Composition and Electronics.

For information on how to purchase sheet music for "Mimosa" please email Hong-Da Chin. His contact info can be found on his website below:


Sheila VA received her Master's in Music Performance at the University of New Mexico under the study of flute professor Valerie Potter and her Bachelor's in Music Performance at the University of Houston under the study of flute professor Jennifer Keeney. Sheila currently resides in Boston where she is pursuing a career in both sales and freelance music.


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