Sheet Music: Score
Clowning Around / Lorraine Milne.
by Lorraine Milne (2016)
The detached rhythm of Clowning Around and the
two-in-the-bar feel along with the use of chromaticism and the
odd dissonance, is a deliberate attempt to engender a feeling of
clowning or fooling around.
The Abridged version consists of the first 16 bars only - the "main" theme. It can also be used by more advanced pianists for sight-reading practice. The Full version is extended by an 11-bar bridge before the repeat of the main theme.
Published by: Australian Music Centre — 1 facsimile score (4p. -- A4 (portrait))
Duration: 1 min.
Includes program note.
Includes abridged version, and full version.
The composer notes:
Using cut common time and detached playing, the score is marked Light and detached, with humour. The Full version is in ternary form - theme, bridge, theme.
Part of 'The Emerging Pianist', a series of 24 individual pieces. There is an Abridged version (one page) for younger students and a Full version (double page) for students ready for a bigger challenge.
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Score [ePDF]: Clowning Around : [eScore] / Lorraine Milne.
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