[PDF] Kinloch, Justus - She Remained There, Swaddled - Duo

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[PDF] Kinloch, Justus - She Remained There, Swaddled - Duo

Post by nightwind » Fri Feb 27, 2009 1:12 am

Here is a duo piece I've written. Programmatic of child being swaddled (to death).

Feel obligated to get a friend to play it with you, or multitrack yourself! :daccord:

Let me know if you'd like a piece written by me, and if there's anything in particular you'd like to see in it.

Cheery deerio,

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Re: [PDF] Kinloch, Justus - She Remained There, Swaddled [2]

Post by avoz » Sat Feb 28, 2009 3:45 pm

Many thanks for the duet which I will play with a partner Monday next (a preliminary read-through, combining both parts where possible, has raised expectations). What is your suggestion for tempo? I suspect the lower end of 'Allegro' circa crotchet = 120 in view of the expression "gently". More in similar vein? A duet for flute/clarinet & guitar?


Re: [PDF] Kinloch, Justus - She Remained There, Swaddled [2]

Post by nightwind » Sat Feb 28, 2009 6:56 pm

I am glad my instructions were more or less clear, because that is exactly correct, a lower allegro or upper moderato type thing. A - or M + haha.

I think you would enjoy this piece. You have a flute/clarinet partner you'd like to play a piece with? I will write you something just let me know if you have any ideas or styles you'd like worked in, and if you'd prefer it for flute or clarinet.

I can send you the audio file that finale has spit out for me to give you an idea. I also have the music available by parts instead of the score if you'd prefer.

Much love,


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