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This is a challenging neoclassical piece for seven recorder parts (sopranino doubles with alto 2). What starts out as a simple melody and countermelody leads to canon writing with melody and countermelody (further developed) playing out together. With so much happening in the higher registers, the regular bass line takes over as the new melody. When the melody and countermelody return, they echo and move on from their original form.
The inspiration for this came one evening as I walked home from work down Vancouver's Robson Street.
My thanks go to Patricia Hiss who has workshopped this piece with her group, the Bellingham Recorder Players. In fall 2004, Patricia and her Players will be performing it in White Rock, British Columbia.
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