Creep for Woodwind Quintet
Woodwind Quintet - Advanced Intermediate
By Radiohead. Arranged by Frank Starobin. Score, Set of Parts. 19 pages. Published by Frank Starobin (H0.235469-44564).
Item Number: H0.235469-44564
"Creep" (1992) by Radiohead is about an unrequited crush. Its lyrics are self-hating and pathetic.This woodwind quintet arrangement maintains these elements through expressive solos that aresuperimposed over a chromatic and repetitive chord progression. These solos should be played witha sense of freedom. A few other notes about this work:
-during the first and second chorus sections (at bars 25-33 and 49-57), flute and clarinet are playingtwo versions of the same melody. While the style should be roughly the same, each player can playwith their own personal flare.
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