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Ed Hughes. Sky Blue. A3 Conductor's Score. Sheet Music. Clarinet. Orchestra. CLT. ORCH. Ed Hughes.

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Ed Hughes. Sky Blue. A3 Dirigent: s Score. NOTER. Klarinett. Orkester. CLT. ORCH. Ed Hughes.

Ursprunglig

Ed Hughes ' Sky Blue for solo Clarinet and Orchestra. A3 Conductor's score. ' This concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra is approximately eight minutes long. It was composed especially for Alison Hughes. clarinettist. and the University of Sussex Symphony Orchestra. Sky Blue is inspired by a painting of the same name made in 1940 by Wassily Kandinsky in which figures appear to float free across a clear blue sky. The painting has been described. by Mona Molarsky, 2009. as 'an ethereal, Miró-like confection with biomorphic squiggles that buzz like glimmering insects in the afternoon sun'. The music is a continuous single movement with moments of harmonic transparency contrasting with sections of greater modal complexity. There are some sections which also feature soloists in the Orchestra, perhaps like the free-floating figures in Kandinsky's painting. ' - Ed Hughes. June 2014.

Översättning

Ed Hughes Sky Blue för solo klarinett och orkester. A3 Conductor's score. "Denna konsert för klarinett och orkester är cirka åtta minuter lång. Det komponerades speciellt för Alison Hughes. klarinettisten. och University of Sussex Symphony Orchestra. Sky Blue är inspirerad av en målning med samma namn som gjorts i 1940 av Wassily Kandinsky där siffrorna verkar flyta fritt över en klarblå himmel. Målningen har beskrivits. av Mona Molarsky, 2009. som "en eterisk, Miró-liknande pralin med biomorphic krumelurer som surrar som glimrande insekter i eftermiddagssolen". Musiken är en kontinuerlig enda rörelse med stunder av harmonisk öppenhet kontrasterande med delar av större modal komplexitet. There are some sections which also feature soloists in the Orchestra, perhaps like the free-floating figures in Kandinsky's painting. "- Ed Hughes. Juni 2014.