Anže Rozman's Nuraghi Warriors Dance (Ples Bojevnikov Nuraghi) paints an image of ancient violence and drama - a frenzied ritual of war. Rozman extends the reach of the flute trio by using a piccolo, C flute, and alto flute to deepen and heighten driving rhythms and violent outbursts. Complex changing time signatures allow the rhythmic drive of the piece to flex and elongate, with mad hints of Stravinsky appearing and disappearing.


  • Piccolo
  • C Flute
  • Alto Flute