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Athanatas Sonata- ballet- 1984

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File:athanatas.nwc (September 2002) 26 kB
Full name of work:Athanatas Sonata- ballet- 1984
Composer:Hamilton, Jay (1951 - ), American
About:http://www.soundand.com
Lyricist:n/a
First line:n/a
Music category:Chamber
Instruments:Viola, Clarinet, Drum kit
Name of file creator:Jay Hamilton
e-mail address:jay "at" soundand "dot" com
Website:http://www.soundand.com/
Running time:00:34:17
Comments:Athanatas= not dead, this is a ballet about vampires, the plot is kind of a cliché and kind of based on the Bram Stoker material but the theme was suggested to me by a Former Balanchine dancer who subsequently decided she wanted a more famous composer [who happened to be dead so I never did figure out what she was talking about]. This piece was performed in a concert setting in '85 without the percussion as it was deemed at the time to be too difficult for a drummer. This version is a close approximation to what I hoped for however I think the tempi are generally tooooooo fast [now]. See score for more reasonable durations of each section.

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