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Considering Icarus

COMPOSER: Maja R. K. Ratkje
PUBLISHER: Edition Wilhelm Hansen
PRODUCT TYPE: Score
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Orchestra
William Butler Yeats once wrote a poem titled To a Friend Whose Work has Come to Nothing (1931). In 1960, the American poet Anne Sexton wrote the following poem, as a part of her first published work, Bedlam and Part Way Back. I see it as an encouraging advice to reach the sun. If you never tried,
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Composer Maja R. K. Ratkje
Publisher Edition Wilhelm Hansen
Instrumentation Orchestra
Product Type Score
Instrument Group Orchestra
Year of Publication 2022
ISBN 9788759844434
ISMN 9790661347514
No. Pages 60
No. WH33449
Release Date 1/31/2023
Description
William Butler Yeats once wrote a poem titled To a Friend Whose Work has Come to Nothing (1931). In 1960, the American poet Anne Sexton wrote the following poem, as a part of her first published work, Bedlam and Part Way Back. I see it as an encouraging advice to reach the sun. If you never tried, you'll never know. I thought it fitted very well to the trombone concerto and the soloist's determined will to make the music fly.
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