Judith Weir: Really? (Parts)

Judith Weir: Really? (Parts)

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Our Price: £19.85    Change Currency
Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Soprano, Clarinet, Viola, Harp (SOP/CLT/VLA/HARP)
Artist: Judith Weir
Catalogue #: SOS15653


Work for Soprano, Clarinet, Viola and Harp. Premiered at the 2002 Cambridge Summer Music Festival. These three musical presentations of stories were written to illustrate thoughts about the many ways in which music helps, and hinders, storytelling. The three short settings use a variety of vocal styles. The first story is spoken throughout; the second includes Sprechstimme (i.e. melodically heightened speech) and operatic declamation; the final piece is entirely sung. The scoring is for soprano, clarinet, viola and, in the third movement only, harp

Score available: CH65780

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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 19/07/2002
Format: Instrumental Work
Length: Not specified
Language: English
Publisher: Chester Music

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