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Brooklyn Bridge

Brooklyn Bridge


  • Instrumentation: clarinette et orchestre d'instruments à vent
  • Édition: Partition
  • N° Réf.: BHI 9652
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TVA incl. Weight: 0.51 kg

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Description
Michael Daugherty about Brooklyn Bridge:

"Designed by John Roebling (1806-1869), the BrooklynBridge endures as the most admired and best-loved bridge in New York City. After the opening of the bridge to the public in 1883, Harper's Monthly reported, "The wise man will not cross the bridge in five minutes, nor in twenty. He will linger to get the good of the splendid view about him." As I have lingered and walked across the BrooklynBridge over the years, the stunning vistas of the New York skyline have inspired me to compose a panoramic clarinet concerto.
Like the four cables of webs of wire and steel that hold the BrooklynBridge together, my ode to this cultural icon is divided into four movements. Each movement of the clarinet concerto is a musical view from the BrooklynBridge:
I. East: Brooklyn and BrooklynHeights
II. South: Statue of Liberty
III. West: Wall Street and the lower Manhattan skyline which once was dominated by the WorldTradeTowers
IV. North: EmpireStateBuilding, ChryslerBuilding, and RockefellerCenter
In the final movement of the concerto, I also imagine Artie Shaw, the great jazz swing clarinettist of the 1940s, performing with his orchestra in the once glorious Rainbow Room on the sixty-fifth floor of the RockefellerCenter."
Détails
Année de composition: 2005
Auftragswerk : Commissioned by the International Clarinet Association in cooperation with the College Band Director's National Association with assistance of the following member institutions: the University of Arizona State, Columbus State, Florida State, Kentucky, Michigan, Sam Houston State, Texas Christian, Texas Tech, Towson, and Concordia College
Contenu du texte:

I. East
II. South
III. West
IV. North

Durée de la performance: 26'0"
ISBN: 978-1-4234-3424-5
ISMN: 979-0-051-09652-7
Maison d'édition: Boosey & Hawkes, New York
Nombre de pages: 150
Reliure: Broché
UPC: 884088215521
Uraufführung : 25. Februar 2005 Carnegie Hall, New York · University of Michigan Symphony Band · Michael Haithcock, Dirigent · Michael Wayne, Klarinette
instrumentation: Piccolo/Flute, 3 Flutes, 6 Clarinets (Bb), 2 Bass Clarinets, Contrabass Clarinet (Bb), 2 Alto Saxophones (Eb), Tenor Saxophone (Bb), Baritone Saxophone (Eb), 4 Horns (F), 3 Trumpets (C or Bb), 2 Trombones, Bass Trombone, 2 Euphoniums, 2 Tubas, Timpani, 4 Percussion (1: Vibraphone, Chimes (shared with Percussion 3); 2: Marimba; 3: Xylophone, Glockenspiel, Chimes, Bongos, Claves, 2 Tambourines; 4: Large Suspended Cymbal, Tambourine, Large Metal Pipe, Triangle, Bass Drum, Large Crash Cymbal, Small Ride Cymbal, Piccolo Snare Drum, Small Suspended Cymbal, Cowbell,Guiro, Maraca), Harp, Solo Clarinet (Bb), Double Bass
Michael Daugherty about Brooklyn Bridge:

"Designed by John Roebling (1806-1869), the BrooklynBridge endures as the most admired and best-loved bridge in New York City. After the opening of the bridge to the public in 1883, Harper's Monthly reported, "The wise man will not cross the bridge in five minutes, nor in twenty. He will linger to get the good of the splendid view about him." As I have lingered and walked across the BrooklynBridge over the years, the stunning vistas of the New York skyline have inspired me to compose a panoramic clarinet concerto.
Like the four cables of webs of wire and steel that hold the BrooklynBridge together, my ode to this cultural icon is divided into four movements. Each movement of the clarinet concerto is a musical view from the BrooklynBridge:
I. East: Brooklyn and BrooklynHeights
II. South: Statue of Liberty
III. West: Wall Street and the lower Manhattan skyline which once was dominated by the WorldTradeTowers
IV. North: EmpireStateBuilding, ChryslerBuilding, and RockefellerCenter
In the final movement of the concerto, I also imagine Artie Shaw, the great jazz swing clarinettist of the 1940s, performing with his orchestra in the once glorious Rainbow Room on the sixty-fifth floor of the RockefellerCenter."
Année de composition: 2005
Auftragswerk : Commissioned by the International Clarinet Association in cooperation with the College Band Director's National Association with assistance of the following member institutions: the University of Arizona State, Columbus State, Florida State, Kentucky, Michigan, Sam Houston State, Texas Christian, Texas Tech, Towson, and Concordia College
Contenu du texte:

I. East
II. South
III. West
IV. North

Durée de la performance: 26'0"
ISBN: 978-1-4234-3424-5
ISMN: 979-0-051-09652-7
Maison d'édition: Boosey & Hawkes, New York
Nombre de pages: 150
Reliure: Broché
UPC: 884088215521
Uraufführung : 25. Februar 2005 Carnegie Hall, New York · University of Michigan Symphony Band · Michael Haithcock, Dirigent · Michael Wayne, Klarinette
instrumentation: Piccolo/Flute, 3 Flutes, 6 Clarinets (Bb), 2 Bass Clarinets, Contrabass Clarinet (Bb), 2 Alto Saxophones (Eb), Tenor Saxophone (Bb), Baritone Saxophone (Eb), 4 Horns (F), 3 Trumpets (C or Bb), 2 Trombones, Bass Trombone, 2 Euphoniums, 2 Tubas, Timpani, 4 Percussion (1: Vibraphone, Chimes (shared with Percussion 3); 2: Marimba; 3: Xylophone, Glockenspiel, Chimes, Bongos, Claves, 2 Tambourines; 4: Large Suspended Cymbal, Tambourine, Large Metal Pipe, Triangle, Bass Drum, Large Crash Cymbal, Small Ride Cymbal, Piccolo Snare Drum, Small Suspended Cymbal, Cowbell,Guiro, Maraca), Harp, Solo Clarinet (Bb), Double Bass
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