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Song of the Bells

Song of the Bells

for flute and orchestra


  • Instrumentation: solo flute and orchestra
  • Edition: score
  • Order No.: EA 700

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€117.95
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description
Song of the Bells is in the shape of an asymmetrical arch, beginning in a haze of disorganized percussion sounds, slowly gathering speed, and eventually reaching a peak of motoric energy and brilliance (the tempo marking in the score is Avanti!), then quickly dying away to a nearly inaudible tintinnabulation. David Wright
Details
Auftragswerk : Commissioned by Paula Robison, Ransom Wilson and Carol Wincenc through the support of a Consortium Commissioning Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts
ISMN: 979-0-800011-20-7
Performance duration: 13'0"
Publisher: Schott Helicon Music Corporation
UPC: 884088196967
Year of composition: 1987
instrumentation: 1(pic).2(ca).2.2-3.1.0.0-timp.2perc(glsp, vib, crot, tub bells, mar, s.d, tom-t, b.d, 2sus cym, 2tam-t, low gong, sizz cym, tri, rattle)-hp.pno-str
Song of the Bells is in the shape of an asymmetrical arch, beginning in a haze of disorganized percussion sounds, slowly gathering speed, and eventually reaching a peak of motoric energy and brilliance (the tempo marking in the score is Avanti!), then quickly dying away to a nearly inaudible tintinnabulation. David Wright
Auftragswerk : Commissioned by Paula Robison, Ransom Wilson and Carol Wincenc through the support of a Consortium Commissioning Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts
ISMN: 979-0-800011-20-7
Performance duration: 13'0"
Publisher: Schott Helicon Music Corporation
UPC: 884088196967
Year of composition: 1987
instrumentation: 1(pic).2(ca).2.2-3.1.0.0-timp.2perc(glsp, vib, crot, tub bells, mar, s.d, tom-t, b.d, 2sus cym, 2tam-t, low gong, sizz cym, tri, rattle)-hp.pno-str
Conductor: Enrique Arturo Diemecke
Orchestra: St. Paul Chamber Orchestra
1987-05-01 | St. Paul, MN (United States of America)