Clarinet,Piano - Level 4 - Digital Download
Composed by Daniel Luna de Menezes. Classical,Contemporary. Score and part. 8 pages. Daniel Luna de Menezes #3463321. Published by Daniel Luna de Menezes (A0.914004).
Floco de Neve I ("Snowflake I") is a piece for piano and clarinet composed by the Brazilian composer Daniel Luna de Menezes in 2009. This piece uses some of the Modes of Limited Transposition (also known as Messiaen's Modes) to make a exotic harmonic and melodic character. The name comes from the Koch Snowflake, a fractal based on triangles. The harmonic progressions was organized in a system of ways that makes a geometrical structure similar to the Koch Snowflake.
This is a good piece to study atonal music and unconventional scales keeping a friendly and intuitive sound, with no excess of aggressive dissonances and harmony composed with tonal-like triads and tetrads (but unconventional progressions).
This piece was praised by Professor Eric Ewazen (American composer and teacher) in a masterclass in 2010.
- Contains both Piano Accompaniment Part (piano part with clarinet small staff) and Clarinet in Bb Part
- The Clarinet part is already transposed (this piece have no key signature)
- Piano part is in Folio size. Clarinet part is in A4 size.
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