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Pibroch, per a clarinet sol

Pibroch, per a clarinet sol-Music for wind instruments (paper - Notes in Cloud)-Music Schools and Conservatoires Advanced Level-Scores Advanced

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Author/Composer

Marcos Fernández Barrero

Field

Music Schools and Conservatoires Advanced Level
Scores Advanced

Collection

Music for wind instruments (paper - Notes in Cloud) Nr. 3

Language

Spanish, Catalan, English

Format

Score

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Contents

Pibroch is derived from the Scottish Gaelic and is characterized by a melodic idea elaborated with variations in the art of bagpipe. Written for clarinettist Abraham González Chávez during our training at the RCS (Glasgow),
it brings the art of Scottish bagpipe into the concert hall.
Written in March 2009 in Glasgow and premiered by Abraham González Chávez in the Plug Festival 2009 of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland under the title Gaitadas.
 
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Instrumental and vocal formations

One solo instument

Instruments

Clarinet

Technical Specifications

Duration

6' 37''

Measurements

21 x 29,7 cm, vertical

Binding

Staple

Number of Pages

16

Number of Pages

16

ISMN

979-0-69240-131-5

Editor

Notes in Cloud

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