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Sadie Harrison: Gulistan-e Nur: String Ensemble

The Rosegarden Of Light - String Sextet Score

COMPOSER: Sadie Harrison
PUBLISHER: University Of York Music Press
PRODUCT FORMAT: Score
Gulistan-e Nur: The Rosegarden of Light for String Sextet and Youth Ensemble. Instrumentation: Professional String Sextet (2 Vlns, 2 Vlas, 1 Cello, 1 Db). Youth/amateur ensemble (Interludes only): open instrumentation (5 treble, alto, bass parts (transpositions available), Keyboard). The
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Composer Sadie Harrison
Publisher University Of York Music Press
Instrumentation String Ensemble
Product Format Score
Description Product Type Score
Style Period Post 1901
ISMN 9790570366675
No. MUSM570366675
Number of pages 57
Description

Gulistan-e Nur: The Rosegarden of Light for String Sextet and Youth Ensemble.

Instrumentation:
Professional String Sextet (2 Vlns, 2 Vlas, 1 Cello, 1 Db).
Youth/amateur ensemble (Interludes only): open instrumentation (5 treble, alto, bass parts (transpositions available), Keyboard).

The Three Interludes are supplied separately. The sextet movements/Three Interludes can also be performed separately.

I Bahar-e nastaran-bihag (Radio Piece)
Interlude 1/ Introduction (Youth ensemble), Sextet Movement 1 (Professional)
II - Shirin dokhtar-e maldar (Sweet Nomad Girl)
Interlude 2, Sextet Movement 2
III - Watan Jan (Dear Homeland) Interlude 3, Sextet Movement 3

Duration: c.26 mins (complete) / c.16 mins (sextet movements only).

On 11 December 2014, several young musicians from the Afghanistan National Institute of Music were performing at the Istiqlal School, home to the French Cultural Centre in Kabul. The venue was targeted by a suicide bomber with devastating results, leaving a number of students (and ANIM’s founder and Director, Dr. Ahmad Sarmast) with severe injuries. Despite these most challenging of circumstances, ANIM continues to provide an extraordinary learning environment for all its students regardless of gender, ethnicity or social circumstances. They are committed to assuring musical rights, rebuilding lives through music, training future music educators, establishing intercultural dialogue and to reviving and preserving Afghan Music.

Gulistan-e Nur: The Rosegarden of Light is dedicated with great admiration to Dr. Ahmad Sarmast and to the students and staff of the Afghanistan National Institute of Music in Kabul, particularly remembering those who were injured in the 11 December attack.

The work is also dedicated to Kevin Bishop and members of the pioneering ensemble Cuatro Puntos who are dedicated to global co-operation and

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