Limits Of Nine - Score Only
Full Orchestra - Digital Sheet Music

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Full Orchestra - Level 5 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.1080176

Composed by Anthony Caulkins. 20th Century,Classical,Contemporary. Score and parts. 32 pages. Anthony Caulkins #684390. Published by Anthony Caulkins (A0.1080176).

Limits Of Nine (2020) is a piece for orchestra that explores a 9 pitch-class world - attempting to develop a sense of tonal motion similar to a Bach prelude. The rhythms of this piece are inspired by the music of progressive metal bands like Tool, Karnivool, and Dream Theater. This combination of contrapuntal techniques, complex rhythmic structures, and newly developed harmonic worlds works to build clarity and originality within the context of a traditional orchestra.

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