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Drift. Bass Clarinet sheet music. Classical Guitar sheet music. E-Flat Clarinet sheet music. Electric Guitar sheet music. Marimba sheet music. Percussion sheet music. Saxophone sheet music.

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Drift. Bass Clarinet sheet music. Classical Guitar sheet music. E-Flat Clarinet sheet music. Electric Guitar sheet music. Marimba sheet music. Percussion sheet music. Saxophone sheet music.

Original

Drift. Sahaf. Composed by Chaya Czernowin. For saxophone. baritone and sopranino. or clarinet. Eb clarinet and bass clarinet. , electric guitar, piano, percussion. timpano, marimba, 2 plastic triangle liners, bamboo wind chime, ocean drum, ratchet, snare drum. This edition. ED 20481. Saddle-stitch. Chamber Music without Piano. Grade 5. Score and parts. Composed 2008. 60 pages. Duration 7 minutes. Published by Schott Music. SD.49018953. ISBN 9790001154079. Sahaf' is part of the cycle 'Shifting Gravity' in which the Israeli composer, known worldwide for her Mozart adaptation Zaide. Adama, explores the laws of physics and their physical realization in a playful manner. In 'Sahaf' with its unusual instrumentation, a 'flurry' of selective incidents is increasingly parallelized until all instruments jointly imagine the powerful twirling of an oversized ratchet rattle.

Translation

Drift. Sahaf. Composed by Chaya Czernowin. For saxophone. baritone and sopranino. or clarinet. Eb clarinet and bass clarinet. , Electric guitar, piano, percussion. timpano, marimba, 2 plastic triangle liners, bamboo wind chime, ocean drum, ratchet, snare drum. This edition. ED 20481. Saddle-stitch. Chamber Music without Piano. Grade 5. Score and parts. Composed 2008. 60 pages. Duration 7 minutes. Published by Schott Music. SD.49018953. ISBN 9790001154079. Sahaf' is part of the cycle 'Shifting Gravity' in which the Israeli composer, known worldwide for her Mozart adaptation Zaide. Adama, explores the laws of physics and their physical realization in a playful manner. In 'Sahaf' with its unusual instrumentation, a 'flurry' of selective incidents is increasingly parallelized until all instruments jointly imagine the powerful twirling of an oversized ratchet rattle.