Classical stories (clarinet with string quartet)
by Julian Yu (2014)
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This is a collection of humorous pieces which incorporate classical material in a variety of ways, including quotation, collage, parody and pastiche. It includes eight short movements:
Two Swans Under Two Moons - The swans of Tchaikovsky and Saint-Saens bask in the moonlight of Beethoven and Debussy.
Always Tragedy - What could be more tragic than a meeting between Tristan, Isolde, Romeo, Juliet and the Butterfly Lovers?
A Phonecall to Mozart - Nokia's ringtone interrupts Mozart while he is trying to compose his Piano Sonata in A Major.
What for Elise? - The familiar wrapping paper contains unexpected presents from far and wide...
J.S the Great - Bach's own melodies woven together in Bach's own way. No extra notes are added.
To Comrade Shostakovich - An appreciation of his lighter side. The theme comes from a children's song from his cantata Song of the Forest.
Caterpoint - Prokofiev's cat from Peter and the Wolf dances to a counter melody.
Brahmsody - A rhapsodic treatment of Brahms' Symphony no. 1 in C Minor brings this collection a vigorous conclusion.
Instrumentation: Clarinet, 2 violins, viola, cello.
Duration: 24 min.
Contents note: Prologue: Two Swans under Two Moons -- Compound tragedy -- Paganiniana -- Phone call to Mozart -- What's for Elise? -- Finished Symphony -- Why are butterflies sad? -- Stepping up birthday -- Harmonic Phrases at an Exhibition -- Caterpoint -- To comrade Shostakovich -- Epilogue :Two Swans under Two Moons.
Performances of this work
22 Nov 14: Melbourne Recital Centre
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