Hep Cats for Flute and Clarinet

By: Sy Brandon
For: Duet
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Sy Brandon
Year of composition
Difficult (Grades 7+)
8 minutes
Modern classical music
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Hep Cats was originally composed during 2008 for solo clarinet and was adapted for flute and clarinet in 2011 for the Ardente Duo. The title is a double entendre, first suggesting the jazz influences, and second, being a musical portrait of felines. The first movement is called “Siamese” and was written in memory of the composer’s cat, Siegfried, who was part Siamese. It is an upbeat, swing movement. “Angora” is the title of the second movement and is moody, bluesy, and mysterious. The last movement, “Tom” is in a rock style and is aggressive. It was recorded by the Ardente Duo on the Emeritus label Hep Cats CD.

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