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Miguel del Aguila: Sunset Song: Bassoon And Accomp.

Instrumental Album | Sheet Music and Books

COMPOSER: Miguel del Aguila
PUBLISHER: Peermusic Classical
PRODUCT FORMAT: Instrumental Album
Sunset Song op.42 for bassoon and piano was written and premiered in 1994 at the Los Angeles Museum of Art, Bing Theatre. It is the composer´s second large work featuring the bassoon as soloist (after Hexen ) and like Hexen it isalso dedicated to bassoonist Judith Farmer who premiered it with the
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Composer Miguel del Aguila
Publisher Peermusic Classical
Product Format Instrumental Album
Year of Publication 2014
UPC 884088917111
Instrumentation Bassoon And Accomp.
No. HL00120743
Number of pages 22
Series Peermusic Classical
Composer Miguel del Aguila
Description
Sunset Song op.42 for bassoon and piano was written and premiered in 1994 at the Los Angeles Museum of Art, Bing Theatre. It is the composer´s second large work featuring the bassoon as soloist (after Hexen) and likeHexen it isalso dedicated to bassoonist Judith Farmer who premiered it with the composer at the piano.
Sunset Song is technically a tour de force for both the bassoon and the piano. It is happy, sensuous,obsessive and at times mocking - often reflecting the time in which it was written and the events of a Mexico tour that followed the firstperformance during which the piece underwent revisions.
The piece starts withanintroduction played by the bassoon almost entirely. This introduction uses elements of 1950s pop music. A middle section follows where a static -almost MiddleEastern- ostinato rhythmic pattern beats with increasing tension. Thispattern is then transformed to a Latin beat which finally returns the piece to the opening mood. The bassoon ends the piece in an irreverent tone, with a pitch written two octavesabove the official limit of the instrument’sregister. The title Sunset Song was inspired by California’s sunsets and the sun setting on the Pacific Ocean.
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