Some articles on orchestra, small orchestra, small:
1977) for bassoon and strings Arioso (1977) for orchestra and live electronics Arioso II (1981) for large orchestra Balletto (1981) for orchestra My ... Haydn) (1982) for small orchestra Ombres (1984) for orchestra and live electronics The Miracle (1985) ballet suite Intermezzo notturno from Mare nostro (1985) for ... Prima variazione (2008) for organ and orchestra Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No ...
... Death,” “In the Night,” for high voice and piano) 1917 A California Suite (for orchestra) 1918 Nocturne, for string quartet 1918 Psalmody (piano vocal ... at Blue Hill (for two violins and string orchestra with piano) 1921 A Festival Prelude (for orchestra) 1922 Symphony No ... Prayers (Soprano or Tenor and chamber orchestra, 12 min ...
... Sound Around (animal contest, text by Susan Otto), baritone-speaker, orchestra, 1955 (version of section of Children's songs) (European American Music Distributors) Hello, World!, female ... Milne), female speaker/male speaker, orchestra, 1996 (version of vocal work) (WillMayer Music) ...
... (1894, Chester Cathedral, 1897) Russian Scenes, Suite of five pieces for small orchestra (1899) Helena Orchestral Variations on the Theme HFB (The Helena Variations) (1899, dedicated to Helena F ... English Scenes, Suite of five pieces for small orchestra (1900) Comedy Overture, Pierrot of the Minute (1908, after Ernest Dowson) Three Dramatic Dances (1909) Old English Suite ...
... Concerto No.1 for clarinet and orchestra (1941) version for piano and orchestra (1943) Three American Pieces for flute or violin and small ... anniversary of Anne Frank Concerto for the Left Hand for piano left hand and orchestra (1993) For Tōru for flute and string orchestra or string quintet (1996) Capriccio ...
Famous quotes containing the words orchestra and/or small:
“As the artist
extends his world with
one gratuitous flourisha stroke of white or
a run on the clarinet above the
bass tones of the orchestra ...”
—Denise Levertov (b. 1923)
“Tomorrow in the offices the year on the stamps will be altered;
Tomorrow new diaries consulted, new calendars stand;
With such small adjustments life will again move forward
Implicating us all; and the voice of the living be heard:
It is to us that you should turn your straying attention;
Us who need you, and are affected by your fortune;
Us you should love and to whom you should give your word.”
—Philip Larkin (19221986)