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Trombone Solo - Digital Download
Composed by Thinkling Music. Contemporary. Individual part. 54 pages. Thinkling Music #5733147. Published by Thinkling Music (A0.1024003).
Item Number: A0.1024003
I. Da Dee gets its title onomatopoeically from the nursery rhyme-like quality of its opening measures. It is a playground taunt, a nursery rhyme - the "Millennial Whoop" in augmentation? The movement is in sonata form.
II. Waiting for Sunrise emerged from a snippet of melody originally conceived for a solo bassoon piece. (It may show up in my Bassoon Sonata, in another form. I like to reuse and recycle). The way the movement unfolds was inspired perhaps by the grotto scene from Ravel’s Daphnis and Chloe.
III. Clown Car
The movement opens with a "Surprise!" gesture - a sort of musical clowning around. The second theme is a mambo bass line accompanying a soaring and hopeful horn line. There is some "blues" too, before a contemplative coda brings all to a reassuring, if slightly melancholic, close.
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