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Jasmine, for solo vibraphone
Vibraphone - Digital Download
Composed by William Campbell. 21st Century, 20th Century, Contemporary Classical, Jazz. 17 pages. Published by William Campbell Music (S0.266305).
Item Number: S0.266305
Jasmine was written for the excellent percussionist, and my good friend, Todd Hammes. It was originally written in 1992, and revised in 2009-10. It is a conventional solo sonata in that the three movements follow the common fast-slow-fast order and there are clear sectional delineations and much development throughout. An actual jasmine plant grew vine-like outside my studio and filled the air with a beautiful scent inspired the music. The harmonic and rhythmic language owes a lot to the jazz idiom, and combined with the horticultural inspiration gave the piece its punny title, 'Jazz-man.'.
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