Post Winter Solstice (for flute/piccolo, bass clarinet, violin, and cello)
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Bass Clarinet,Cello,Flute,Violin - Level 5 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.1205116

Composed by Gilad Cohen. Chamber,Classical,Contemporary. 46 pages. Gilad Cohen #803303. Published by Gilad Cohen (A0.1205116).

The winter solstice is the day with the shortest period of daylight of the year. After the solstice, days gradually get more and more time of light. Post Winter Solstice draws an emotional equivalent to this natural process. It features two themes: one is a long, winding, gloomy melody; and the second is an ascending passage of 9 notes that repeats, but each time it is one note shorter, until it consists of merely two notes. The two themes alternate throughout the piece, each time played by a different instrument and in a different key. While most of the piece is dark and melancholic, it ends on a slightly brighter tone, thus reflecting the notion of “post winter solstice.”.

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