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Robert Saxton: Night Dance For Guitar: Solo pour Guitare

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COMPOSITEUR: Robert Saxton
TYPE DE PRODUIT: Version instrumentale
ÉDITEUR: Chester Music
Night Dance was written between September 1986 and January 1987 to a commission from David Starobin who gave the first performance on 5 April 1987 at the Wigmore Hall, London. It is a miniature tone-poem depictingascene of an old man sitting in a doorway at dusk. He is playing a guitar and begins
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Compositeur Robert Saxton
Description Instrument Group Guitare
Instrumentation Solo pour Guitare
Instrumentation Guitare
Type de produit Version instrumentale
Description Product Type Recueil
Éditeur Chester Music
Genre Classique
Période Post 1901
Année de publication 2002
EAN 5020679198223
Edition Number CH55867
MUSCH55867
Description
Night Dance was written between September 1986 and January 1987 to a commission from David Starobin who gave the first performance on 5 April 1987 at the Wigmore Hall, London.

It is a miniature tone-poem depictingascene of an old man sitting in a doorway at dusk. He is playing a guitar and begins by plucking the lowest string, as though searching for what he wishes to play. As the music gains momentum, it gradually moves upwards bymeansof the guitar’s open strings and breaks into a dance. Now it is dark and a nightmarish band of dancers passes by the old guitarist. The dance, jerky and uneven, develops melodically and harmonically the initial material ofthepiece. After a climax, the dancers move on - the dance music subsides and a nocturne is heard, interrupted periodically by the music of the dance in the distance. Maybe this is not geographical distance, but the distanceoftime, perhaps the whole episode has been mere memories. The piece ends musingly with the motive from which it began.

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