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Cheryl Frances-Hoad: Cloud Movements: Chamber Ensemble

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COMPOSER: Cheryl Frances-Hoad
PUBLISHER: Cadenza Music
PRODUCT FORMAT: Score
Cheryl Frances-Hoad 's Cloud Movements for Clarinet, Violin and Piano. Cloud Movements was premiered by Ensemble Matisse on the 8th January 2015 at the Purcell Room (South Bank) as part of the Park Lane Young Artists New Year Series. "On honeymoon in Tuscany I was determined to come home inspired by
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Composer Cheryl Frances-Hoad
Publisher Cadenza Music
Product Format Score
StylePeriodView Description Post 1901
ISMN 9790570473830
Instrumentation Chamber Ensemble
No. CAZCFHCLO01
Number of pages 20
Composer Cheryl Frances-Hoad
Description
Cheryl Frances-Hoad 's Cloud Movements for Clarinet, Violin and Piano. Cloud Movements was premiered by Ensemble Matisse on the 8th January 2015 at the Purcell Room (South Bank) as part of the Park Lane Young Artists New Year Series. "On honeymoon in Tuscany I was determined to come home inspired by a great work of art on which to base my next commission. However, it was watching the gradually changing shape of a cloud crossing the sky over a glass of Tuscan Red that eventually inspired this work: the idea influences the harmonic progressions in the piece which gradually metamorphose in shape, following no particular rules. Back home I started reading Naomi Klein's This ChangesEverything about Climate Change and Capitalism. A chapter about 'Solar Radiation Management', a potentially hazardous proposed geoengineering practice in which sulfates are sprayed into the stratosphere (with the intention of reflecting sunlight back into space) influenced the piece as it progressed (in particular the final movement). The second and fourth movements are both canons - the first a three part canon, the second a four part, palindromic one (palindromes also feature in the final movement)." -  Cheryl Frances-Hoad
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