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Frank Frazetta was a Brooklyn-born painter who became the most influential artist in the “sword and sorcery” fantasy genre. Featuring sword-wielding barbarians, scantly armored women, and ghastly creatures, Frazetta’s paintings are dynamic and filled with imagination, they are a journey into unknown places and adventures.
This suite consists of four movements, each depicting the drama found in the accompanying paintings.
The painting ‘Egyptian Queen’ features a queen bathed in a colorful dress, leaning against a marble pillar, flanked by a guard and leopard. The details of this painting are intricate, light reaches only the most central objects in view, the base of the pillar is weathered, and carefully placed bits of color adorn the scene as subtly as accessories adorn the ruler. The music begins with an ancient horn call atop a jingling dance rhythm that prevails throughout the composition. A piccolo flourish becomes the main theme for the work and is passed off to different soloists. Finally, the piece ends with the piccolo returning stating the theme once more. The theme, however, seems to fall apart only to suddenly and flamboyantly curl back up, disappearing in a flash.
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