Clarinet in B-flat part from Sleepless Nights

5 minutes
Modern classical music
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The idea for this song came to me in my dreams; which is a first for me. Instead of movements, I divided this song up into 3 different nights, and 3 different dreams. The first dream was pretty much normal, so I didn’t write something too spactacularly difficult, but not really normal or easy; I wrote it more suited to my dreams: kind of hard, kind of not. The second dream was more dark, sad, and depressing, therefore I wrote the music for that dream to reflect on that. The final dream, was like a party, and so I wrote it as the most joyous thing I know how to: a celtic song.

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