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Streaming up : 4 bassoons and piano

by Jennifer Fowler (2004)

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Performance by North/South Consonance (Ensemble), Max Lifchitz from the CD Works of Jennifer Fowler. Transcriptions Disc 4

This sample is of the Quintets: Flute, oboe, clarinet, piano, cello version of this work

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Lines Spun / Jennifer Fowler ; Lontano, directed by Odaline de la Martinez.

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Work Overview

The title refers to the continuous stream of energy flowing between the five instruments, mostly streaming upwards. The rhythm is in groups of 5, with hiccuping accents on different parts of these groups. There is a slower, more melancholy middle section which has quiet intertwining lines disturbed by more aggressive interjections. The mood then returns to that of the beginning.

Work Details

Year: 2004

Instrumentation: 4 bassoons, piano.

Duration: 7 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

First performance: 28 Jun 08. Colloque de bassons, Gabriel Faure Music School, Angouleme, France

This piece has been adapted by the composer from another piece, Apsaras Flying.

Performances of this work

28 Jun 08: Colloque de bassons, Gabriel Faure Music School, Angouleme, France

13 Jun 06: Christ and St Stephen's Church, New York City, USA. Featuring North/South Consonance (Ensemble), Max Lifchitz.

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