Pudding River

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Well, I have not written for piano in a while. The situation is now rectified with this just finished "Pudding River" It is now slightly over 5 minutes length. After paring some of the ideas which seemed great when I wrote them, it is now less than half it previous length, thus re-enforcing my observation that a composer’s best friend is his eraser!

I don’t remember many details about Pudding river, except that it was narrow and shallow and muddy brown, rather like the real color of the Danube. I have not been there in about 75 years, but I presume it is still flowing there, not far from Portland, Oregon.

The mp3 uses GPO Steinway. Piano Solo Richard Wayland


Score ID
127403
Composer
Year of composition
2012
Difficulty
Difficult (Grades 7+)
Duration
5 minutes
Instrumentation
Solo instrument (Piano)
Genre
Modern classical music
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