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Raimonds Tiguls: Moonlight Sound Design: Chœur Mixte et Piano/Orgue

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COMPOSITEUR: Raimonds Tiguls
TYPE DE PRODUIT: Partitions pour chorales
ÉDITEUR: Galaxy Music Corporation
Moonlight Sound Design was commissioned and premiered by the youth choir Kamer conducted by Märis Sirmais in Riga, Latvia in 2012. In USA, it was performed by the Wartburg Choir conducted by Lee Nelson at the 2017 National Convention of the American Choral Directors Association in Minneapolis,
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Compositeur Raimonds Tiguls
Description Instrument Group Choeur Mixte
Instrumentation Chœur Mixte et Piano/Orgue
Voix SATB
Instrumentation 3 or 4 Soprano Soli, SATB [divisi] and Piano
Type de produit Partitions pour chorales
Description Product Type Partitions pour chorales
Niveau de difficulté EASY-INTERMEDIATE
Éditeur Galaxy Music Corporation
Thème Funérailles
UPC 600313135026
Edition Number 1.3502
ECS13502
Description
Moonlight Sound Design was commissioned and premiered by the youth choir Kamer conducted by Märis Sirmais in Riga, Latvia in 2012. In USA, it was performed by the Wartburg Choir conducted by Lee Nelson at the 2017 National Convention of the American Choral Directors Association in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Moonlight Sound Design is dedicated to my father who died by way of an accident. The title of the piece is inspired by the fact that the studio I have is in my father's country house in an attic room, and the night moon shines directly into it.
 
Moonlight Sound Design iscomposed for 3 or 4 Soprano Soli, SATB Chorus and Hang but can be performed with Piano or Guitar accompaniment as well. The piece should not sound sad, but rather ethereal. It is more about longing than sadness. To create a more ethereal mood, the soloists may be staggered throughout the audience, if possible. This will also provide more dimension to the sound. The Bass section should sing the octave E-flat in bars 5-23 and bars 38-56 with a didgeridoo effect.
 
=The Hang (pronounced han in German) is a musical instrument created by Felix Rohner and Sabina Schärer in Bern, Switzerland. Its name comes from the Bernese-German word for hand. The instrument is constructed from two half-shells of deep-drawn, nitrided steel sheets glued together at the rim, leaving the inside hollow, and creating a distinct UFO shape. The top (Ding) side has a center note hammered into it, and seven tone fields hammered around the center. -Raimonds Tiguls
 
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