Kliment Music Publishers
Kolingasse 15, 1090 Vienna, Austria, Tel. +43 1 317 5147, Fax +43 1 310 0827
Home | Search | Shopping basket | My account | Log in Deutsch|Espa˝ol|Franšais|Italiano|Nederlands
 Catalogue
Keyword search:
Sheet music
CDs
Books
Donautal Music Publisher
Franz Moser Publisher
Sheet music database
 Info
Composers
Abbreviations
About us
Contact us
Sheet music/scoresSheet music/scores
2020 - Ein symphonisches Essay - click for larger image
click for larger image
2020 - Ein symphonisches Essay - Sample sheet music
Sample sheet music
Title 2020 - Ein symphonisches Essay
Category Concert/wind/brass band
Subcategory Original contemporary music (20th, 21st century)
Instrumentation Ha (concert/wind band)
Format PrtStm (full score and parts)
Publisher's article no. KL 2305
Year of publication 2021
Price 163.00 EUR (incl. 10 % Austrian VAT)
Composer Matt, Stefan
Difficulty level 4
Duration 09:50
Additional info/contents In the piece "2020 - A symphonic essay", the composer musically captures the impressions of the Corona year 2020 and creates a powerful symphonic work from them.

In the first part, simple traditional yodelling melodies are combined with large-scale tutti passages. This is followed by a conciliatory chorale, which is also recognisable in the brisk main theme (Allegro Vivace).

The second part begins with birdsong and a yodel which, with cowbells and a flugelhorn solo, is meant to remind one of an alpine pasture in summer. The yodeller becomes infected, sounds very ill and dies unceremoniously. This is followed by the yodeller's entombment, imitated with a short funeral march theme and the ringing of bells, and finally the longed-for resurrection, which finally leads back to the main theme.

The piece ends with a hopeful and pompous grandioso.
Sample sheet music Sample sheet music click here
Sample score Sample score click here
Video sample
Available yes yes
Programme notes: additional text

On 31 December 2019, WHO was informed of cases of pneumonia with unknown cause in the Chinese city of Wuhan. Subsequently, on 7 January 2020, the Chinese authorities identified the cause as a novel coronavirus, provisionally named "2019-nCoV". The new virus was later given the name "COVID-19 virus".

Quelle/Source: Weltgesundheitsorganisation

Information:
Verschw÷rungstheorien

Tags:

Illnesses and epidemics

Conspiracy theories

Contemporary History and Historical Events

In order to see the demo scores you need Adobe Reader, which you can download free. Just click on the following link.

Adobe Reader

Recommendations:
Um Mitternacht von Julius Fucik, arr. Stefan Ebner - click here

La Principessa, Landespolizeiorchester Nordrhein-Westfalen, Scott Lawton - click here
Created by MusicaInfo.net