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The New England Transcendentalists. 2002. for string quartet. Thomas Oboe Lee. Cello sheet music. Viola sheet music. Violin sheet music. Advanced.

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New England Transcendentalists. 2002. för stråkkvartett. Thomas Oboe Lee. Cello noter. Viola noter. Violin noter. Utökad.

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The New England Transcendentalists. 2002. for string quartet composed by Thomas Oboe Lee. For String Quartet. Baroque Period, Classical Period, Romantic Period, 20th Century, 21st Century. Advanced Intermediate. Score. Published by Thomas Oboe Lee. S0.10392. Program note. I met the Hawthorne String Quartet in 1997 when Jim Christie and the New England Composers Recording Project brought us together to record four of my string quartets for Koch International Classics. Since then Mark Ludwig, violist and founder of the Quartet, has commissioned me to write several works for the Quartet, Musicworks, and the Terezin Chamber Music Foundation. In the fall of 2002 I decided to return the favor with a gift of a new quartet for Mark and his colleagues, Ronan Lefkowitz, Haldan Martinson and Sato Knudsen. The name âœHawthorneâ immediately brought to mind Charles Ivesâ Second Piano Sonata, also known as the âœConcord Sonata,✠in which Ives composed a separate movement for each of the four Transcendentalist writers from Concord, Massachusetts. Emerson, Hawthorne, Alcott and Thoreau. I thought I would do the same for the string quartet. In 1920, Charles Ives published a book, âœEssays before a Sonata,â which is actually a long set of program notes for the Concord Sonata. In my reading of the Emerson chapter, I came upon the following. ✠â a Gospel hymn of simple devotion came to him---âœThereâs a wideness in Godâs mercyâ---an instant suggestion of that Memorial Day morning comes---but the moment is of deeper import---there is no personal exultation---no intimate world vision---no magnified personal hope---and in their place a profound sense of a spiritual truth---a sin within reach of forgiveness. And as the hymn voices die away, there lies at his feet---not the world, but the figure of the Saviour---he sees an unfathomable courage---an immortality for the lowest---the vastness in humility, the kindness of the human heart, manâs noblest strength---and he knows that God is nothing---nothing, but love. â I also came upon an anecdote in Ivesâ âœ114 Songsâ of a conversation between Ralph Waldo Emerson and Oliver Wendell Holmes. âœThe latter said that many of the hymns in use were mere pieces of cabinet work. Then his voice deepened and his eyes shone, as they did in his noblest moments, and he said, âœOne hymn I think supreme. â Emerson threw back his head and waited while Dr Holmes repeated the text of the following song. âThou hidden love of God, whose height, whose depth, unfathomed, no man knows ââ Emerson responded, âœI know that is the supreme hymn. âI shall be satisfied when I awake in Thy likeness. ââ It took me a while, but eventually I did find Emersonâs hymn with that line. the last line is from Psalm 17. The hymn, composed by Frederic F, Bullard, 1864-1904, with texts by Longfellow, is entitled, âœLord, Hear the Right. Digital Print is printable sheet music available anytime, anywhere. Just purchase, print and play. View your online sheet music at home, school, work or anywhere you have a computer connected to the Internet. Use our iPad app to view your digital sheet music on the go. With Digital Print, you can print your digital sheet music immediately after purchase, or wait until its convenient. And our software installation is easy - we'll guide you through the simple steps to make sure you have Adobe Flash Player, Adobe AIR and the Sheet Music Plus AIR application.

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New England Transcendentalists. 2002. för stråkkvartett bestående av Thomas Oboe Lee. För String Quartet. Barock period, klassiska perioden, romantiska perioden, 20-talet, 21-talet. Avancerad Intermediär. Betyg. Publicerad av Thomas Oboe Lee. S0.10392. Program not. I met the Hawthorne String Quartet in 1997 when Jim Christie and the New England Composers Recording Project brought us together to record four of my string quartets for Koch International Classics. Since then Mark Ludwig, violist and founder of the Quartet, has commissioned me to write several works for the Quartet, Musicworks, and the Terezin Chamber Music Foundation. In the fall of 2002 I decided to return the favor with a gift of a new quartet for Mark and his colleagues, Ronan Lefkowitz, Haldan Martinson and Sato Knudsen. The name âœHawthorneâ immediately brought to mind Charles Ivesâ Second Piano Sonata, also known as the âœConcord Sonata,✠in which Ives composed a separate movement for each of the four Transcendentalist writers from Concord, Massachusetts. Emerson, Hawthorne, Alcott and Thoreau. I thought I would do the same for the string quartet. In 1920, Charles Ives published a book, âœEssays before a Sonata,â which is actually a long set of program notes for the Concord Sonata. In my reading of the Emerson chapter, I came upon the following. ✠â a Gospel hymn of simple devotion came to him---âœThereâs a wideness in Godâs mercyâ---an instant suggestion of that Memorial Day morning comes---but the moment is of deeper import---there is no personal exultation---no intimate world vision---no magnified personal hope---and in their place a profound sense of a spiritual truth---a sin within reach of forgiveness. And as the hymn voices die away, there lies at his feet---not the world, but the figure of the Saviour---he sees an unfathomable courage---an immortality for the lowest---the vastness in humility, the kindness of the human heart, manâs noblest strength---and he knows that God is nothing---nothing, but love. â I also came upon an anecdote in Ivesâ âœ114 Songsâ of a conversation between Ralph Waldo Emerson and Oliver Wendell Holmes. âœThe latter said that many of the hymns in use were mere pieces of cabinet work. Then his voice deepened and his eyes shone, as they did in his noblest moments, and he said, âœOne hymn I think supreme. â Emerson threw back his head and waited while Dr Holmes repeated the text of the following song. âThou hidden love of God, whose height, whose depth, unfathomed, no man knows ââ Emerson responded, âœI know that is the supreme hymn. âI shall be satisfied when I awake in Thy likeness. ââ It took me a while, but eventually I did find Emersonâs hymn with that line. the last line is from Psalm 17. The hymn, composed by Frederic F, Bullard, 1864-1904, with texts by Longfellow, is entitled, âœLord, Hear the Right. Digital Print är utskrivbara noter tillgängligt när som helst, var som helst. Bara köpa, skriva ut och lek. Visa din online noter hemma, i skolan, på jobbet eller var som helst du har en dator ansluten till Internet. Använd vår iPad-app för att visa dina digitala noter på språng. Med Digital Print kan du skriva ut dina digitala noter direkt efter köpet, eller vänta till dess utmärkta. Och vår installation av programvara är enkel - vi kommer att guida dig genom de enkla stegen för att kontrollera att du har Adobe Flash Player, Adobe AIR och Noter Plus AIR-program.