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Paris-Dakar

Paris-Dakar-Symphonic Band Materials-Music Schools and Conservatoires Intermediate Level

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Author/Composer

Joan-Lluís Moraleda Perxachs

Field

Music Schools and Conservatoires Intermediate Level

Collection

Symphonic Band Materials Nr. 3

Language

Catalan, Music

Format

Rental Materials

170.00 € VAT not included

205.70 € VAT included

Contents

PARIS-DAKAR, a race full of diffi culties, it seemed like the perfect excuse to compose, in parallel, a fun piece for Symphonic Wind Band.
A spectacular brass section with brilliance and particular virtuosity for the wood section, have been the starting point for building, based on a simple ABA format, a small and special world sound through dual tone and free counterpoint.
Two sections of action (on set and coda) are contrasted by a relaxing « Moonlight in Atacama`s Desert », in the style of the traditional « Andante ».
We have strived to maintain a relation of « sonata » in the development and formal content. Each and every « re-exposure » appears increasingly, containing if possible, renewed harmony and instrumentation. 

Technical Specifications

Duration

8'30"

Measurements

21 x 29,7 cm, vertical

Binding

Paperback. Plastic-coated cover.

Number of Pages

321

Number of Pages

49

Number of parts

43

Number of Pages of Parts

372

ISMN

979-0-69210-995-2

Editor

DINSIC Publicacions Musicals

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