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Symphony for Sigulda

for orchestra

Year:  2019   ·  Duration:  20m
Instrumentation:  flutes, clarinets, alto saxophones, horns in F, trumpets, trombones, 3 percussionists, 1 pianist (preferably playing a Flügel/grand piano), 1st violins (divisi), 2nd violins (divisi), violas (divisi), celli, bass guitars w/amplifiers (OR alternatively: double basses), female voice choir in Movements 3 & 4 (optional) [Percussion instruments required: 1 large bowl of water, 3 timpani, 2 standard drum kits, 1 set of tubular bells]

Year:  2019
Duration:  20m
Instrumentation  flutes, clarinets, alto sax...

Samuel Gray

Composer:   Samuel Gray

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Commissioned for the 50th anniversary of Sigulda School of Music and dedicated to the town of Sigulda, this is the first symphony ever known to have been written by a non-Latvian composer for any Latvian town or city.

Commissioned note

Commissioned by Jolanta Bimbere, director of Sigulda School of Music in Sigulda, Latvia

Dedication note

to the City of Sigulda

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Four movements inspired by the natural surroundings of Sigulda, Latvia and by the town itself.

Text note

Prominently includes a popular Latvian melody by Raimonds Pauls (music) and A. Smagars (lyrics).