Clarinet part from Three Movements for Wind Sextet

page one of the Clarinet part from Three Movements for Wind Sextet

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Full details

Here are three movements from a Wind Sextet I'm working on. These were in part inspired by a concert I attended where the wind music of Elliot Carter was performed. The sonorities of the wind instruments in a chamber setting, along with program notes quoting from lectures on composing for winds Mr. Carter made as a professor, stirred me to write this. Although my music falls far short of the caliber of Mr. Carter's, I hope you will all find it enjoyable. I have tried to create some awe and some fun in equal parts measure. Perhaps wind players will give this life. Edit: I have added more dynamics and some slurs along with the new MP3. I hope you enjoy. I have not updated the extracted parts as I may make more such minor changes and so far no notes themselves have been changed.


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Duration
3 minutes
Genre
Modern classical music
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