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Im Original

Crescent Moon. Leanne Daharja Veitch. Hand drum. Sacred , Pagan music. SATB and Choral SAB soli.

Übersetzung

Crescent Moon. Leanne Daharja Veitch. Hand drum. Heilig, Pagan Musik. SATB and Choral SAB soli.

Im Original

Crescent Moon is by no means a traditional choral piece. My goals as a composer are to return to the roots of vocal music, and to create music that is for the people - music that can be easily understood and identified with, and that speaks to the heart and spirit rather than to the mind. This is the first in what will eventually be a trio of songs dedicated to the moon. The text is original. Crescent Moon was submitted. under a pseudonym. to the ROCS. RMIT Occasional Choral Society. composition competition and won second prize. It was premiered by ROCS on 7th September 2007. To the knowledge of the composer, the piece has been performed in Australia, New Zealand, Hawai'i, USA. mainland, several performances and states. , United Kingdom, South Africa, Brazil, Spain, Germany, South Korea and Mexico. Further performances are scheduled for Australia, Canada, the UK and the USA in 2011. The piece was used in recorder workshops in the UK by composer Steve Marshall in 2011, and a recorder ensemble version is available upon request. The composer appreciates knowledge of performances, and a recording if possible for her own private archives.

Übersetzung

Crescent Moon is by no means a traditional choral piece. My goals as a composer are to return to the roots of vocal music, and to create music that is for the people - music that can be easily understood and identified with, and that speaks to the heart and spirit rather than to the mind. This is the first in what will eventually be a trio of songs dedicated to the moon. Der Text ist original. Crescent Moon was submitted. under a pseudonym. to the ROCS. RMIT Occasional Choral Society. composition competition and won second prize. It was premiered by ROCS on 7th September 2007. To the knowledge of the composer, the piece has been performed in Australia, New Zealand, Hawai'i, USA. mainland, several performances and states. , United Kingdom, South Africa, Brazil, Spain, Germany, South Korea and Mexico. Further performances are scheduled for Australia, Canada, the UK and the USA in 2011. The piece was used in recorder workshops in the UK by composer Steve Marshall in 2011, and a recorder ensemble version is available upon request. The composer appreciates knowledge of performances, and a recording if possible for her own private archives.