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Paul Creston: 2 Choric Dances, Op. 17b: Orchestra

Score

COMPOSER: Paul Creston
PUBLISHER: G. Schirmer
PRODUCT FORMAT: Score
Paul Creston wrote in an accessible style that incorporated song and dance idioms and often featured unusual instruments like the trombone, marimba, or saxophone, along with lush harmonies, expansive orchestrations, rhythmic driveand spontaneity. A large proportion of his music included the word
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Composer Paul Creston
Publisher G. Schirmer
Instrumentation Orchestra
Product Format Score
Description Product Type Score
Genre Classical
Year of Publication 1986
Style Period Post 1901
No. HL50339060
Number of pages 80
Series Study Score
Description
Paul Creston wrote in an accessible style that incorporated song and dance idioms and often featured unusual instruments like the trombone, marimba, or saxophone, along with lush harmonies, expansive orchestrations, rhythmic driveand spontaneity. A large proportion of his music included the word 'dance' in the title either of the piece itself or of the movements. These 'Choric Dances' are meant to sound raw, primitive and intensely rhythmic. This is areduced-size score for study purposes.
Song List
  • 1. Two Choric Dances
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