Just Me

Elizabeth Petcu playing a keyless wooden Irish flute made by Martin DoyleIrish flute player Elizabeth Petcu seeks new ways of exploring and presenting music and her debut solo album, Just Me, captures in essence Elizabeth's true authentic sound through a brilliant interpretation of her favourite repertoire.

Particularly innovative is the use of the keyless wooden flute for the Telemann pieces (tracks 3 and 4). The Liam Bates composition, Moth Manoeuvres (track 12), was commissioned by Helen Gaynor for her art exhibition in May 2007 – a project that was part-funded by the Wexford County Council Arts Department and the Arts Council. Elizabeth premiered Moth Manoeuvres at Newtownbarry House in Bunclody, Co. Wexford. Just Me also includes the music of Karg-Elert, Bach, Debussy and others.
Just Me is imbued with a strong French flavour and is a unique display of talent, life-experience and technical mastery. Elizabeth chose to record the album at Calary Church in County Wicklow.

About Elizabeth Petcu

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Hearing Silence

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Doris Keogh (1922—2012)

Elizabeth Petcu's personal tribute to her flute teacher Doris Keogh who passed away in 2012. More »

A video clip featuring a track from Just Me

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Art and Ceramics

Elizabeth Petcu had the good fortune to start her “clay play” many years ago with Peter Brennan – the renowned sculptor, artist and potter. More »

Essays, Articles and Interviews

Links to articles about Elizabeth Petcu and an essay that Elizabeth completed to gain her Masters Degree in Music Therapy. More »