Nebula - Full Score

Grade : 5
Duration : 9:30
$50.00
GORH-A03A

Commissioned by the UNLV Wind Orchestra and premiered on February 23, 2006, with Thomas Leslie conducting. About the work the composer writes:

“In astronomy, “Nebula” is a cloud of gas or dust in outer space, visible in the night sky as an indistinct bright patch or a dark silhouette against other luminous matter. This stellar formation inspired me to convey what I call “inner nebula”, a sense of darkness and void within our hearts that is shrouded from view other than to ourselves. This solitary anguish that dampens our soul is oblivious to those around us for they only see our seemingly bright and uncomplicated surface. We keep our secrets and desires hidden but yearn for deliverance from this torment. As nebula in space is only visible by contrast to its radiant surroundings, we long to be “seen” by others in such a sense.”
(Wataru Hokoyama)

Picc.
Fl.1-2
Ob.
E.Hr.
Bsn.1-2
Contra Bsn.
Bb Cl.1-3
B.Cl.
Contra B.Cl.
A.Sax.1-2
T.Sax.
B.Sax.
Trp.1-3
Hrn.1-4
Trb.1-3
B.Trb.1-2
Euph.
Tuba
St.Bass
Timp

Piano

Harp

Perc:
S.Dr.
4 Toms
Tam-tam
Sus.Cym.
C.Cym.
Break Drum.
Chimes
Tri

 

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