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Panda Chant II

Panda Chant II


  • Instrumentation: mixed choir (SATB) a cappella
  • Edition: choral score
  • Language: vocalise
  • Order No.: BHI 5402254
€4.95  *
Incl. VAT and excl. shipping Weight: 0.02 kg

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Description
Panda Chant is a section from The Games: a science fiction opera by Meredith Monk and Ping Chong, which was originally created for the Schaubühne Ensemble of West Berlin. Monk composed the music and also collaborated with Ping Chon on the scenario, choreography, and direction.
Set on an imaginary planet, The Games takes place in a post-nuclear future where survivors and their descendants are involved in the repetition of ritual games re-enacting Earth's culture in order to preserve the shards of civilisation. Coming at the middle of the opera, Panda Chant is an energetic ritual performed by the whole community as preparation for the third game, Memory. TheGames won the National Music Theatre Award in 1986.
Details
Binding: Folding
ISMN: 979-0-051-47136-2
Performance duration: 1' 30"
Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes, New York
UPC: 073999242317
Year of composition: 1984
page number: 8
Panda Chant is a section from The Games: a science fiction opera by Meredith Monk and Ping Chong, which was originally created for the Schaubühne Ensemble of West Berlin. Monk composed the music and also collaborated with Ping Chon on the scenario, choreography, and direction.
Set on an imaginary planet, The Games takes place in a post-nuclear future where survivors and their descendants are involved in the repetition of ritual games re-enacting Earth's culture in order to preserve the shards of civilisation. Coming at the middle of the opera, Panda Chant is an energetic ritual performed by the whole community as preparation for the third game, Memory. TheGames won the National Music Theatre Award in 1986.
Binding: Folding
ISMN: 979-0-051-47136-2
Performance duration: 1' 30"
Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes, New York
UPC: 073999242317
Year of composition: 1984
page number: 8
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