Music for King Lear for Large Brass Ensemble
Brass Choir or Ensemble - Advanced - Digital Download
Composed by Claude Debussy (1862-1918). Arranged by Sauer, Ralph. 20th Century, Romantic Period, Classical Period, Impressionistic. 25 pages. Published by Cherry Classics Music (S0.633999).
Item Number: S0.633999
Debussy wrote this five minute work in 1904 for a production of King Lear. The music is in A-B-A form beginning with a fanfare containing a combination of open and complex chords, giving it an ancient sound. The middle section is a relaxed intermezzo called "Lear Asleep" which is followed by a return to the fanfare.
The music has been beautifully scored by Ralph Sauer for a 16-part large brass ensemble with timpani and percussion and is appropriate for advanced performers.
Mr. Sauer has dedicated this work to the memory of Adolf “Bud” Herseth.
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