Thursday, March 29, 2007

Stack the Dectet

Hello all,

Just wanted to make another alert for the "Stack the Dectet" concert on Sunday evening (April 1st) at 7:30 in the Kopleff Recital Hall at GSU.

This concert was conceived by Daniel Swilley, who invited myself and Kansas composer Brian Bondari to compose pieces for the same instrumentation: flute, clarinet, bassoon, trumpet, horn, trombone, percussion, violin, viola, contrabass.

The pieces are:
Feridoun by Brian Bondari, based on Persian legends.
Gallery by Adam Scott Neal, inspired by Abstract Expressionist paintings.
Pantheod by Daniel Swilley, inspired by John Keats's poem "Song of Four Fairies."

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Darren Nelsen said...

Mixup on the program?? Wasn't Feridoun by Daniel Swilley and Pantheod by Brian Bondari?

Good show! Congrats, guys, on putting it together. Nice instrumentation! Not easy to get ten players together like that.

Adam Scott Neal said...

nope, the other way around, as stated in the post (and the program - I just checked in a panic).


Darren Nelsen said...

Sorry for my confusion. I thought I heard Daniel say he wrote Feridoun. Anyway... I really liked the piece, so please tell Brian. :)

By the way, who owns the copyrights on the recordings of the concerts? Can you guys sell your own works? (if, of course, you're happy enough with the performances ;)