• Collage 1912 – Charles Ruggiero
    • Collage 1912 – Charles Ruggiero
    • Collage 1912 – Charles Ruggiero
    • $30.00
    • Every measure of Collage – 1912 is based on one or more snippets taken from one composition each by Béla Bartók, Irving Berlin, Claude Debussy, W.C. Handy, Charles Ives, Gustav Mahler, Maurice Ravel, Arnold Schoenberg, James Scott, Richard Strauss, Igor Stravinsky, and Joaquín Turina. The work is about 12 minutes long and consists of two parts that are performed without…
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  • Il Penseroso e Allegro, Paganiana, Palindrome and MSU Fight Song – James Niblock
  • Inventions on the Summer Solstice (1979) – Charles Hoag
    • Inventions on the Summer Solstice (1979) – Charles Hoag
    • Inventions on the Summer Solstice (1979) – Charles Hoag
    • $25.00
    • Inventions on the Summer Solstice was written for the Verdehr Trio in 1979. It is an evocative work, enhanced by such effects as the spatial modulation of the violin and the second invention, and the addition of claves, maracas, wire brushes used inside the piano, and a toy cricket to augment ensemble’s timbral resources. Clarinet, violin, and piano parts included…
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  • Pathways (1999) – David Alphers
    • Pathways (1999) – David Alphers
    • Pathways (1999) – David Alphers
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    • Pathways is nominally in three movements, to be played without pause almost forming one large movement with three large sections. The first (in a flexible sonata form) and third operate within a pervasive romanticism. The second explores other directions atop continuous alternation between 4/8 and 5/8 measures. Clarinet, violin, and piano parts included Spiral bound Michigan State University Press
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  • Shogun Trio (1989) – Paul Seiko Chihara
    • Shogun Trio (1989) – Paul Seiko Chihara
    • Shogun Trio (1989) – Paul Seiko Chihara
    • $27.00
    • Written as a tribute to the Verdehr Trio, the first movement begins as a lyrical dialogue for violin and clarinet, which with the harp-like entrance of the piano transforms into a virtuosic dance. The second movement and third movements use themes Chihara’s musical SHOGUN. Clarinet, violin, and piano parts included Spiral bound Michigan State University Press
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  • Terzina and Trio (1980) – James Niblock
    • Terzina and Trio (1980) – James Niblock
    • Terzina and Trio (1980) – James Niblock
    • $25.00
    • The first movement, marked Presto, is a rondo using two contrasting themes, one with rhythmic vitality and one sustained and lyrical. These themes grow and change as the movement progresses and are woven together in a mosaic-like texture. The second movement, marked Adagio is in traditional three-part song form with a long singing line supported by moving accompaniment figures. All…
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  • Trio (1994) – David Diamond
    • Trio (1994) – David Diamond
    • Trio (1994) – David Diamond
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    • The first movement, marked Allegretto, is in sonata-allegro form with extended recapitulations of the two major thematic ideas but varied both in music treatment and instrumentation. The second movement is a scherzo with a trio section interpolated throughout the movement. The third movement marked Adagio assai, is a large-canvassed, expressive slow movement in which a rhythmic motive heard in the…
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  • Tripartita (1988) – William Averitt
    • Tripartita (1988) – William Averitt
    • Tripartita (1988) – William Averitt
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    • Tripartita is a title invented for this score, a piece in three movements for three players. The first movement Elaborations is a sonata-like structure whose ideas evolve out of the harmonic heard as the background material for the opening passage. The second and third movements are based on similar scalar and harmonic materials as the first with moods and expression.…
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