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Opus 138

Chamber symphony No. 8
"Raga & Tao: Views of spiral Galaxies"
for wind quintet, trumpet and strings

Written for the Regina Symphony Chamber Players of 12 -3111 1111 1100

Movement 1: "Mostly White" about 4 minute. This starts a little slow and builds with nice minimalist rhythms.

Movement 2: "Raga" Moderato uses the Overtone number pattern Raga styles of around opus 99

Movement 3: in 3/4 7 6/8 a preamble to views of Spiral Galaxies.

Movement 4: "Kites in the Wind" Allegro short with nice big chords c. 2 minutes

Movement . 5 "Tao - view of Spiral Galaxies" This movement was premiered by the Regina Symphony Chamber Players a the final piece in their 2004 new music festival. It is in 12 little parts, and this is the best part of the Chamber Symphony.

This is score for 3 violin parts, the back of each section should play the 3rd part.

The Short version would be a performance of Movement 2 "Raga" & 5 "Tao Views of spiral Galaxies."

Full version is 21 minutes long

The sheet music is available from MusicaNeo.com

SEE THE SCORE                        FIND THE PARTS

Watch the demo on youtube & please share it with your friends

Original pencil version showing the way I used the spirals

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