Notes Of Nine - Suite

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  • Tune Database entry
  • Tune Name: Notes Of Nine

  • Tune Type: Suite

  • Composed By: Glenn Millard

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glenn_au
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Notes Of Nine - Suite

Post by glenn_au » Sat May 05, 2007 4:50 am

Feedback welcomed

I left the drumming break in the score. So you'll get a few bars of Drones only.
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Post by david n. siegel » Fri May 18, 2007 6:08 am

As I invisioned SFU or FMM or SLOT playing this with rich two- and three-part harmony, I definately heard possibilities.

A "drones-only" part can be tricky. I just happened to do a performance this week with two other pipers, playing with a chorus that requested we continue with just drones at various parts. My drones would not hold well without the chanter. I had to stop and restart--which was ok, but not the original intention.

So, if SFU isn't available, will there be a band giving this work a go?

Good creativity!
-David.

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Post by glenn_au » Fri May 18, 2007 6:34 am

I actually didn't mean that the drones kept playing through the drum break, but I think that could be an intersting idea. Or better yet, the use of a didgeridoo.
It was just how it came out when i wrote the score in BMW, the Drones kept plaing over the rests.
So, if SFU isn't available, will there be a band giving this work a go?
I would be interested to hear the results of a band playing it.
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