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Cloud Dancing

By Paul Taylor

Piano Solo - Advanced Intermediate
Composed by Paul Taylor. Arranged by Mark Taylor, sound production editor for the mp3. 21st Century, Contemporary Classical, Movies, TV, South American. 3 pages. Published by Paul Taylor (S0.168895).

Item Number: S0.168895

A late, intermediate piano solo in 7/8 in a contemporary Latin rhythmic style. It is light and playful in character and suitable for other media, especially the ballet, film and incidental music genres.

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  • 5

    Addison, Illinois
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  • 2016-11-04 23:01:38.0 This piece is as fun to play as it is to hear.

    Despite of the work's irregular meter (7/8) it flows like a shuffle-dance that Twyla Tharp might choreograph. The melody is charming and simple, soaring out over the top of the ostinato ground bass figure. Hope to hear more from this wonderful composer!

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