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7 Rejoinders : for trio of clarinets with basset horn

by John Arthur Grant (2017)

Also known as: Seven Rejoinders

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Seven Rejoinders : for trio of clarinets with basset horn / John Arthur Grant.

Library shelf no. 785.8613/GRA 1 [Available for loan]

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Work Overview

7 short pieces for various combinations of wind instruments. Change the order if desired, or perform them individually, or just play one if it suits the ocassion.

These works continue my interest in fusing contemporary popular-music references within a "classical" sensibility, and also my on-going fascination with the intervals of a semitone and minor third. Hopefully, they are also fun to play!

Work Details

Year: 2017

Instrumentation: Clarinet in Bb, basset horn in F, bass clarinet.

Duration: 14 min.

Difficulty: Medium — Some movements easy-medium, faster movements require more dexterity.

Contents note: 1. Announcement -- 2. Entrancement -- 3. Furious Agreement -- 4. Monoment -- 5. Fresh Mint -- 6. Retracement -- 7. Adjournment.

Commission note: Composed for Melbourne Composers League concert "East Meets West - New Chamber Music from Australia and Tatarstan".

First performance: by Robert Schubert, Natasha Fearnside, Grania Burke — 3 Sep 17. Melbourne Composers League concert "East Meets West - New Chamber Music from Australia and Tatarstan", Trinity Uniting Church, VIC

The composer notes the following styles, genres, influences, etc associated with this work:
Contemporary classical, Jazz, Post-Classical

Performances of this work

3 Sep 17: Melbourne Composers League concert "East Meets West - New Chamber Music from Australia and Tatarstan", Trinity Uniting Church, VIC. Featuring Robert Schubert, Natasha Fearnside, Grania Burke.

3 Sep 17: Melbourne Composers League concert "East Meets West - New Chamber Music from Australia and Tatarstan", Trinity Uniting Church, VIC.

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