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Harp Serenade and Disintegration
Harp - Advanced Intermediate - Digital Download
Composed by Hannah Greene. 21st Century, Contemporary Classical, Modern, Recital. Score. 8 pages. Published by Hannah Greene (S0.70799).
Item Number: S0.70799
The "Harp Serenade and Disintegration" explores the many idiomatic sounds of the harp while exploring the diverse sounds it can create through extended techniques. "Serenade" focuses on melody and timbre with the extended technique of tapping on the soundboard as a main element. "Disintegration" mixes sounds and inspiration from Gershwin, Brubeck and Salzedo. The focus is on rhythm and glissandos. The piece is in a quasi-rondo form that unravels the melody and rhythmic refrain as the piece moves in time. The extended techniques used in "Disintegration" are soundboard tapping, harmonics, and vertical fingernail sliding up the strings.Premiered by Rebecca Moritzkyhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EWRcZqEIN5w.
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