Written/Posted by Roger Aldridge
- Play count: 45
Size: 5,372kb, uploaded 5/26/2011 2:33:38 PM
Genre: Other / Playing Style: Unknown/None Chosen
In case folks in the fiddle community are thinking that I've totally lost my mind in posting this music, there is a method to my madness. :)) Buzzards in Love is an extended piece for wind ensemble that I wrote in 2009. The music has a good amount of humor and it's intended to be fun to play. If there is a school or community band in your area, please see if they could be interested in it. Contact me for the score and a set of parts. The music is being made available to interested bands for no cost. SO, HOW DOES A FIDDLE COME IN, you are probably asking? The score has several improvisation sections. The "Roadkill Interlude" section (heard as a period of silence in the demo recording) is completely open to anything that is creative and fun. I can easily imagine the band bringing in a fiddle player to cut loose in that section and totally tear it up. Thus, if there is a band in your area and if the director has an open mind and a spirit of adventure, this piece could be a great chance for a fiddler to perform with a band. Note: the demo recording was generated by Silibelius software and is a rough approximation of how the peice sounds with a real band.
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