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Morgon-Kara. (Original composition);
Morgon-Kara is a one movement orchestra piece. It is a character piece which evokes a feeling of primitive cultures. The instrumentation is as follows: 1 piccolo, 1 flute (doubles alto flute), 1 oboe, 1 English horn, 2 B$\flat$ clarinets, 1 bass clarinet, 2 bassoons, 1 contrabassoon, 4 horns, 3 C trumpets, 2 trombones, 1 tuba, timpani, tam-tam, bass ...
The sonorous object, built from the skin of three dead love songs, does not exist... (Original composition);
Abstract Not Available.
The Conch. (Original composition)
"The Conch" is an orchestral piece in four sections with a coda. The piece is a musical interpretation of the life of a conch shell. Section One announces the arrival of the conch shell onto the beach, after a battle with the waves breaking onto the shore. Section Two is the melodic theme of the conch as if someone were blowing on the shell as a ...
The oboe d'amore in the works of Georg Philipp Telemann with critical editions of selected unpublished works
The oboe d'amore, the alto member of the oboe family, enjoyed its most popular period between the years 172 and 176. While no date for the invention of the instrument has been established, the first known composition to use the oboe d'amore can be dated from as early as 1717. Composition for the instrument was restricted to composers living in the ...
Viola Concerto is a musical composition for Viola solo and chamber orchestra, The orchestration requires: viola solo, violin solo (off-stage), two flutes, two oboes, two clarinets, bass clarinet, two horns, two trombones, tuba, timpani, pianoforte, six violas, six cellos and percussion, (suspended cymbal, four bongos, four tom-toms, two marimbas, ...
Concerto da camera
Concerto Da Camera takes the form of a concerto grosso in that it incorporates a concertino, or solo instrumentalist, against a full orchestra, the concerto or tutti. This premise, however, is deviated from in measures 29-294 where the percussion section is used as a solo ensemble without orchestral accompaniment. The melodic material consists of a ...
Halcyon Nights is a one-movement piece for orchestra, ca. 9$\sp\prime$, in five-part arch-form with two inserted sections: A B C B$\rm\sp\prime\ \langle fugue\rangle\ A\sp\prime\ \langle coda\rangle$. The piece opens with an English horn solo, from which a great deal of cellular musical ideas, with broad-scale formal ramifications, are derived. This ...
This piece is built around the interval of a tritone followed by a major third and is mostly a through-composed work. Through most of this piece, the percussion plays a polyrhythm that operates as a foreground and sometimes background ostinato. An upward rhythmic motif, constructed of a tritone followed by a major third, begins in measure 3. This ...
Two symphonic movements
Two Symphonic Movements is an orchestral work dealing with the concepts of growth, contrast, and symmetry. Each thematic presentation in the work allows the two major motivic ideas to interact and evolve in such a way that both of the orchestral movements become inseparable. The fact that the thematic material appears throughout the entire piece while ...
First Light. (Original composition);
Abstract Not Available.