Theodore Presser Three Mysteries Of Nagasaki - Dorff - Violin/Percussion - Long & McQuade Music Educator Site
Proudly Canadian since 1956  Canadian Flag
  Main Menu

Theodore Presser Three Mysteries of Nagasaki - Dorff - Violin/Percussion

Departments > Print > Orchestral Strings > Violin Collections & Solos > Theodore Presser > Three Mysteries of Nagasaki - Dorff - Violin/Percussion
Add to Wish List
SKU: # 693098
Model: #

114-41079

Online

Composer: Daniel Dorff
Format: Performance Scores
Instrumentation: Violin, Percussion (crotales (2 octaves)), glockenspiel, vibraphone, 1 tubular bell, 3 triangles, anvil (ossia cowbell or brake drum tuned to G), 2 suspended cymbals, 2 unpitched gongs, tam-tam, large bass drum (at least 30")

Three Mysteries of Nagasaki was inspired by the eerie darkness and ambiguous bells of the oldest Western church in Japan. Dorff's program note describes impressions of his visit to Nagasaki while withholding any explanation of the three movements. The 13-minute work is a duo for violin and one percussionist, with an array of pitched and unpitched ringing metallic instruments plus bass drum.
Duration: 13:00
There are currently no reviews for this product, be the first to write one!