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Geometrics In Sound Op 29

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Concert Band
Composer Martin Mailman
Publisher Belwin Mills Publishing Corp
Catalog # 84711

Price: $75.00

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Geometrics In Sound Op 29 Composed by Martin Mailman. For Concert Band. Published by Belwin Mills Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 84711)

Geometrics in Sound, Opus 29" is the second in Mailman s series of concert band compositions exploring and developing musical motifs by use of frequent shifts in metric patterns and extensively varying the major themes. Dedicated upon it s publication in 1964, the work was created with affection and gratitude to Herbert L. Carter, then the band director at East Carolina University. Second in a series of five original works exploring frequent shifts in metric patterns and extensively varying the major themes, it is composed without a key signature and is characterized with an exciting contemporary sound.

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