Melody seems to me to provide music with initiative, whereas rhythm appears to me to exert an enslaving influence. For that reason I have tried to avoid regular rhythmic domination in my music -- always excepting irregular rhythms, such as those of Gregorian chant, which seem to me to make for freedom. Equally with melody, I prize discordant harmony, because of the emotional and compassionate sway it exerts. Molly on the Shore receives frequent performances from high school and university ensembles, and it is certainly appropriate for a variety of concert programs.
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Percy Grainger Molly on the Shore
I've already purchased this score. I'll buy the parts later. Full set of one parts Show part name s Bb Clarinet. His most recent commissions include the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, the U. This is a very exciting piece with an energetic opening statement. The pulsing eighth notes combined with the soaring trumpet melody paint a heroic picture.
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Eventually our ears are lead into a slower, more lyrical portion of the piece. It ends with a restatement of the opening theme and with the same high energy we hear in the beginning of the work. Smith has captured the wide variety of folk themes from Ireland in three movements.
Molly on the Shore (Irish Reel) - Violin 2 scored for Orchestra
The first movement is "A Jug of Punch", playful and humorous; the second "Deiren De", is a warm lullaby and the third is "The Beggarman", a traditional Irish song. Smith reminds us of the importance of traditional Irish song in the concert band repertoire and Staff Sergeant Jason Nickell will demonstrate to all the colorful and expressive interpretations that are possible with this wonderful music. Gustav Holst wrote the "Second Suite for Military Band" in , using English folk songs and folk dance tunes throughout. The opening "March" combines a Morris dance with folk songs, while the second movement features a lyrical tune which tells of lovers separated by their parents.
This is followed by the "Song of the Blacksmith", complete with a lively rhythm played on the blacksmith's anvil. The Suite concludes with the Dargason country dance and folk song entwined with the well-known Greensleeves melody.
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Holst was well suited for his role as concert band composer, having played trombone in various groups for years. Whereas other composers wrote for the concert band as they would for an orchestra without strings, Holst created a unique sound intended to cast the concert band as a serious concert medium.