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Martin Dalby: Pindar Is Dead for Clarinet and P.: Clarinet

Book Only | Clarinet
Composer Martin Dalby
Publisher Novello and Co Ltd.
Instrumentation Clarinet and Piano
Pindar is Dead is a short scherzo for clarinet and piano written in 1968 for Alan Hacker who gave it its first performance in London that year. Pindar is Dead is from Louis MacNeice and the poem expresses disillusionment at the banal activities of an Easter bank holiday. Dalby's music is simple and lighthearted and includes some of the effects with which Alan Hacker was experimenting at that time. The composer's use of the title refers goodnaturedly to his own disillusionment at the August bank holiday which he spent writing it.
Product Format Instrumental Work
Product Type Sheet Music
Store Sheet Music & Songbooks
EAN 5020679246443
Edition Number NOV120866
Catalog No. MUSNOV120866
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