Duet

Weait - Five Exchanges for clarinet and bassoon - PDF (7'32)

First score page to mvt.1 "Repartee" from Weait - Five Exchanges for clarinet and bassoon
First score page to mvt.5 "Agreement" from Weait - Five Exchanges for clarinet and bassoon
SKU: [1803-pdf]

Five brief movements for clarinet and bassoon. All movements are less than 2 minutes in length. 1. Repartee (1’13), 2. Evening Conversation (1’07), 3. Dialogues (1’55), 4. Contemplation (1’44), 5. Agreement (1’32). The score is in C for easy reference.

I dedicated the piece "To my duet buddy Thomas Dowling in friendship". Playing duets with my first music teacher Harry Richman in Isaac E. Young Junior High School was one of the experiences that attracted me to music.
A printed version of this composition is available at [1803].

$20.00

Weait - Five Exchanges for clarinet and bassoon (7'32)

First score page to mvt.1 "Repartee" from Weait - Five Exchanges for clarinet and bassoon
First score page to mvt.5 "Agreement" from Weait - Five Exchanges for clarinet and bassoon
SKU: [1803]

Five brief movements for clarinet and bassoon. All movements are less than 2 minutes in length. 1. Repartee (1’13), 2. Evening Conversation (1’07), 3. Dialogues (1’55), 4. Contemplation (1’44), 5. Agreement (1’32). The score is in C for easy reference.

I dedicated the piece "To my duet buddy Thomas Dowling in friendship". Playing duets with my first music teacher Harry Richman in Isaac E. Young Junior High School was one of the experiences that attracted me to music. A PDF version of this composition is available at [1803-pdf].

$20.00

Weait - Dialogues for Oboe and Clarinet (5'30) PDF

First score page for Discussion in Weait Dialogues for oboe and clarinet
SKU: [1702-pdf]

Dialogues for Oboe and Clarinet was composed in a somewhat conservative style in 2017. The 3 movements are: Discussion (2'08), Deliberation (1'51) and Debate (1'28). Discussion is lively and rhythmical with jazz inspired solo passages for each player. Deliberation is a reflective lament. Debate is an argument in which the clarinet's melody is played in reverse by the oboe. Both instrument also invert their melodies perhaps to confuse their opponent. There are no extreme ranges for either instrument or non-traditional rhythmic or notational symbols.

$25.00
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