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unheeded pageant

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The unheeded pageant : string orchestra / Wendy Hiscocks.

by Wendy Hiscocks (2000)


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The Unheeded Pageant takes its inspiration from Rabindranath Tagore's poem of the same title, describing events in the life of a young child. The music focuses on three elements from the poem. A dance-like theme near the beginning corresponds to the more earth borne links between mother and child: "She claps her hands and her bracelets jingle, and you dance with your bamboo stick in your hand like a tiny little shepherd." A scherzando motif represents the wind who "carries away in glee the tinkling of your anklet bells." A more ethereal legato theme reflects the realm of heaven-"The fairy mistress of dreams is coming towards you, flying through the twilight sky." Later in the movement the wind provides a bridge between the realms of heaven and earth, and the themes are intermingled.
The scoring requires an orchestra of at least 4+4+4+1 (or 2), and the solos can be distributed among players as desired. The violin solos
are shown in both violin parts to allow for this. A viola section equal to each of the violin sections is desirable for balance.

Published by: Australian Music Centre — 1 facsimile score (19p. -- A4 (portrait))

Duration: 7 min.

First performance 6 Apr 02. Festival Kallmünz in Bavaria, by the Festivalorchester Kallmünz conducted by Graham Buckland.

Includes programme note.

Typeset edition.

This edition produced 2002.

ISMN: M-67300-078-0

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