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aires de lando

Aires de Lando
$115

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what you get

  • Downloadable PDF Score & Parts for "Aires de Lando"
  • Streamed interviews with musicians: Scott Robinson, clarinet soloist, Jon Wikan and Gonzalo Grau, cajon discussion
  • Downloadable MP3 of cajons recorded alone with bass for practice and instruction
  • MP3 of entire "Aires de Lando" track, minus cajons, for practice
  • MP3 of entire "Aires de Lando" track, minus the drum track for practice
  • Solo part in C for optional accordion or violin solo
  • Downloadable MP3 track "MSO featuring YOU" (minus soloist for practice)
   This project was completed on 5/21/2008    read more

Recorded on Sky Blue (2007), "Aires de Lando" was commissioned by the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association Esa-Pekka Salonen, Music Director, Dianne Reeves, Creative Chair for Jazz, February 8th, 2006 and was given its world premiere at Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. It's a clarinet feature, but I've also performed it as an accordion feature. We're including an additional solo part in C for that purpose. You could even feature violin if you have a great soloist. The trickiest part of this piece is the fact that it's a multi-metered lando (a Peruvian rhythm). But this is a chance for your percussionists to learn about a great rhythm on cajon through the extra video we've included. We also provided you with an MP3 of cajons alone w/bass, and then the horns with no cajons so that your students have a version to practice with, as well as a practice version for your soloist. We'll also give you a version with no drums for your drummer. You've got every conceivable tool available to make this a success provided you have the soloist you need.

REED DETAILS:

  1. flute (entire part)
  2. clarinet (entire part)
  3. tenor
  4. tenor, clarinet (short clar. passage can easily be played 8va on tenor)
  5. clarinet (featured solo is in this part)

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