Clarinet 1 in Bb part from Refractions

for clarinet quartet and percussionist

page one of the Clarinet 1 in Bb part from Refractions
This music has been transposed from the original key.

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3 settings of world landmarks or events commissioned and premiered by the Colorado-based ensemble Solaris in 2007 1) REDEEMER TO RIO gradually shifts point of view from Christ The Redeemer looking down on the Rio carnival to the revellers looking up towards the summit of Sugar Loaf Mountain. 2) CANON TO CROWN marks events in the life of Westminster Abbey from its pre-10th century existence as a shrine to St. Peter to the 1997 funeral of Princess Diana through plainsong, motet, pavan, 20th century coronation music and pop tribute. 3) MARDI GRAS offers a place aboard a dixieland float during the famous annual New Orleans festival.

12 minutes
Modern classical music

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