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File:tao_02.nwc (June 2002) 2 kB
Full name of work:Tao 1-14 movement pt 2
Composer:Hamilton, Jay (1951 - ), American
About:http://www.soundand.com
Music category:chamber music
Instruments:tubular bells{2 sets}, Celeste{2}, synths{2}, vibes {2}, organs {2},mens choir [tenor & bass], string ensemble, cello, contrabass{2}
Name of file creator:Jay Hamilton
e-mail address:jay "at" soundand "dot" com
Running time:00:04:24
Comments:This multi-movement piece was composed with the midi sound in mind and the idea that perhaps someday it could be performed live with acoustic instruments. Therefore the orchestration is 'odd' and varies from movement to movement.
I have many versions of the Tao te Ching and so in a way each movement is a variation on the whole.
Choir[s] are wordless.
The entire piece is intended to be played in whatever order leaving movements out etc... I hope that this idea gives the orchestra and you the freedom to arrange your own 'version'[s] of Tao.

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