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Yukiko Nishimura: Merry Merry Merry!: String Orchestra

Score and Parts | Sheet Music and Books

COMPOSER: Yukiko Nishimura
PUBLISHER: Southern Music Company
PRODUCT FORMAT: Score and Parts
As the title implies, Merry, Merry, Merry was inspired by the Christmas holidays, with the light texture and melodies evoking the gentle images of falling snow and brisk winter walks. The work is a brief fantasia in ABA form and stays completely within the first position, making it an ideal choice
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Composer Yukiko Nishimura
Publisher Southern Music Company
Product Format Score and Parts
Theme Christmas
Year of Publication 2019
Grade of Difficulty 2
UPC 888680943622
Instrumentation String Orchestra
No. HL00294836
Series Southern Music
Composer Yukiko Nishimura
Description
As the title implies, Merry, Merry, Merry was inspired by the Christmas holidays, with the light texture and melodies evoking the gentle images of falling snow and brisk winter walks. The work is a brief fantasia in ABA form and stays completely within the first position, making it an ideal choice for an easy to play, original crowd pleaser on holiday-themed programs. Composer/pianist Yukiko Nishimura grew up in Japan and graduated from Tokyo National University of the Arts, where she studied with Atsutada Otaka. Upon graduation, she moved to the USA to study with Alfred Reed at U of Miami and later with Richard Danielpour at the Manhattan School of Music. Nishimura hasreceived numerous commissions in a variety of genres from solo and chamber ensembles, to works for band, orchestra, film and theater. Among her honors are two Special Mentions at the Corciano International Composer Competition in Italy, the Aoyama Award, and a 2018 Nomination for the Hollywood Music in Media Prize.
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