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Festival des roses : for trumpet, trombone and gamelan ensemble

by Katia Tiutiunnik (2015)

Also known as: Festival of Roses

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Performance by UiTM Gamelan Ensemble, Borealis Brass from the CD Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 108.

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Work Overview

Festival des roses, dedicated to St. Therese of Liseux, is a set of continuous variations on a recurring melodic pattern in the gamelan, combining the B Flat Major pentatonic harmony of the gamelan with Dorian Mode, Aeolian Mode, Japanese Kumoi and Pentatonic melodies in the brass. The continuously varying contrapuntal forms of the brass duo include canons, canons by augmentation and free counterpoint. The sonority of the brass is in enhanced by the harmonically ambiguous resonance of the gamelan, throughout the work, making its musical climaxes more powerful and intense.

Work Details

Year: 2015

Instrumentation: Trumpet in C, trombone, gamelan ensemble.

Duration: 5 min.

Difficulty: Medium

Dedication note: Dedicated to Saint Thérèse of Lisieux

Written for: Karen Gustafson, James Bicigo

First performance: by Borealis Brass — 16 Dec 16. "Pacific Crossings" concert, University of Alaska Fairbanks

The composer notes the following styles, genres, influences etc. associated with this work:
Malay music; Arab music; Jewish music; Sacred music

Performances of this work

16 Dec 15: Pacific Crossings Concert, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia . Featuring UiTM Gamelan Ensemble, Borealis Brass.

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