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We Rose up Slowly (Lichtenstein Ear Pokers, no. 3)

Year of composition
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
2 minutes
Modern classical music
Solo instrument (Piano)
Instrumental parts
Not available

Lichtenstein Ear Pokers is a set of very short piano pieces inspired by the work of pop artist Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997).

We Rose Up Slowly is a popular "Comic Book Romance" work from 1964, featuring a young caucasian couple rising up from whatever they were doing (the music, ummm, suggests what that was). The work is on display at the Museum f�r Moderne Kunst in Frankfurt, Germany, and viewable via the Roy Lichtenstein Foundation here.

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