, , , , , , , , , ,

Untitled: Three Miniatures
for Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Piano, Violin and Cello

$11.21
$14.95

Description:
(untitled) was the name of a store in the SoHo section of Manhattan that sold nothing but art postcards -- thousands of them. I had three such...

More Details

Out of stock

(untitled) was the name of a store in the SoHo section of Manhattan that sold nothing but art postcards — thousands of them. I had three such postcards taped to the music rack of my piano and one day in early 1968 I decided to write a set of musical miniatures somehow depicting these paintings. The first, “Perro ladrando a la luna” by Miró, is the most literal. The opening sustained chord represents the horizon line, the rising clarinet duo is a ladder with five rungs (the piano chords). The piano tremolo at the end is the moon shining, and the violin, as the dog, barks at it. I consider this piece to be my Opus Zero, the first piece where I managed to achieve my musical goals.

Weight 2.7 kg
Dimensions 11.00 × 8.50 × .109 m
Credits
EAN
ISBN
Pages
Publisher
Series
UPC
Brand Grade Description
Brand Grade Id
First Publish Date
Format
Index Name
Medium Description
Medium
Piano Level Description
Prior Publisher Id
Voicing
Volume
Format:Full Score
Prior Publisher Id:X065017
Index Name:Untitled: Three Miniatures
First Publish Date:196801
UPC:884088291730
Series:LKM
Publisher:Lauren Keiser Music Publishing
Pages:16
Scroll to Top

Your Cart

Cart is empty.

Subtotal
$0.00
APPLY
0