Two Sisters - Orchestra Score and Parts PDF
Full Orchestra - Digital Sheet Music

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Full Orchestra - Level 3 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.750711

Composed by Brendan Elliget. Contemporary. Score and parts. 42 pages. BJE Music #3489865. Published by BJE Music (A0.750711).

Two Sisters - Orchestra Score and Parts PDF

An original composition for orchestra written to celebrate the coming together of two sisters.  Adopted Lorraine found previously unknown sister Glenys (my wife) in 2009 and three brothers after twenty years of searching to find her family - all full blood siblings.

 The composition starts with the rather slow sad "Lorraine Theme" on the oboe and then on bass instruments - followed by a faster moving "Glenys Theme" played by the flute and piccolo both of which Glenys actually plays. Both themes eventually play together depicting the ultimate joyful meeting of the two sisters!

The MP3 was recorded with NotePerformer. 

Suitable for a school or a community group.

 Grade = 3   Duration = 4.55 mins

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