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Caricatures III. Jere Hutcheson. English Horn sheet music. Grade 5.

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Caricatures III. Jere Hutcheson. English Horn sheet music. Grade 5.

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Caricatures III composed by Jere Hutcheson. For concert band. Piccolo, Flute 1, Flute 2, Flute 3. doubling piccolo. , Oboe 1, Oboe 2, English Horn, Soprano Clarinet, Bb Clarinet 1, Bb Clarinet 2, Bb Clarinet 3, Bb Bass Clarinet, Contrabass Clarinet, Bassoon 1, Bassoon 2, Contrabassoon, Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxopho. Band Music. Grade 5. Score and parts. Duration 32. 10. Published by C. Alan Publications. CN.11620. Nine musical caricatures of such differing personalities as Salvador Dali and Sammy Davis Jr, give this work a variety of character that accentuates the unique composition of each movement. 1 Salvador Dali - The Persistence of Memory With surfaces as smooth as shellac and images set down with photographic clarity, Dali brought a sense of reality to his bizarre and irrational dreamscapes. One of the best known of these, The Persistence of Memory, displays several limp timepieces in the foreground with a desert and lake in the background. 2 Sammy Davis, Jr. - ShowTime The diminutive Sammy was a giant in the world of show business. Of his many talents, the one that delighted me the most was his tap dancing. 3 Gertrude Stein - Pigeons on the grass alas Gertrude was a master of nonsensical verse and stream of consciousness word sculptures. She could turn a phrase like no one else. 4 Stephen King - All work and no play make Jack a dull boy As Stanley Kubrick's film version of Stephen King's novel The Shining approaches its spine tingling climax, Wendy Torrance discovers that her demented writer husband, Jack, has filled hundreds of sheets of typing paper with the maxim All work and no play make Jack a dull boy. 5 Marcel Duchamp - Readymade Marcel Duchamp anticipated pop art with his readymade sculptures. Two of my favorites are Rotary Demisphere and Bicycle Wheel. 6 Felix Mendelssohn - Scherzo 'Music that dances on its tiptoes,' that's how I describe Mendelssohn's scherzo music. 7 Kurt Vonnegut - Breakfast of Champions Listen. It was the imaginary waitress at the imaginary cocktail lounge at the imaginary Holiday Inn who joked, 'Breakfast of Champions' every time she served a martini. 8 Alexander Calder - Forms in Motion Alexander Calder created ingenious and fanciful sculptures. Most famous perhaps are his floating airy mobiles. The artist also produced large immobile sculptures for parks, gardens, and public buildings called stabiles. My musical tribute to Calder is a sequence of five sound sculptures titled Forms in Motion. 9 Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov - Bumblebee Rimsky-Korsakov, composer of operas, ballets, and tone poems, is best remembered today for a handful of colorful works, each characterized by brilliant orchestration. Among these is the diminutive Flight of the Bumblebee. My tribute to Rimsky is simply titled Bumblebee.

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Caricatures III composed by Jere Hutcheson. For concert band. Piccolo, Flute 1, Flute 2, Flute 3. doubling piccolo. , Oboe 1, Oboe 2, English Horn, Soprano Clarinet, Bb Clarinet 1, Bb Clarinet 2, Bb Clarinet 3, Bb Bass Clarinet, Contrabass Clarinet, Bassoon 1, Bassoon 2, Contrabassoon, Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxopho. Band Music. Grade 5. Score and parts. Duration 32. 10. Published by C. Alan Publications. CN.11620. Nine musical caricatures of such differing personalities as Salvador Dali and Sammy Davis Jr, give this work a variety of character that accentuates the unique composition of each movement. 1 Salvador Dali - The Persistence of Memory With surfaces as smooth as shellac and images set down with photographic clarity, Dali brought a sense of reality to his bizarre and irrational dreamscapes. One of the best known of these, The Persistence of Memory, displays several limp timepieces in the foreground with a desert and lake in the background. 2 Sammy Davis, Jr. - ShowTime The diminutive Sammy was a giant in the world of show business. Of his many talents, the one that delighted me the most was his tap dancing. 3 Gertrude Stein - Pigeons on the grass alas Gertrude was a master of nonsensical verse and stream of consciousness word sculptures. She could turn a phrase like no one else. 4 Stephen King - All work and no play make Jack a dull boy As Stanley Kubrick's film version of Stephen King's novel The Shining approaches its spine tingling climax, Wendy Torrance discovers that her demented writer husband, Jack, has filled hundreds of sheets of typing paper with the maxim All work and no play make Jack a dull boy. 5 Marcel Duchamp - Readymade Marcel Duchamp anticipated pop art with his readymade sculptures. Two of my favorites are Rotary Demisphere and Bicycle Wheel. 6 Felix Mendelssohn - Scherzo 'Music that dances on its tiptoes,' that's how I describe Mendelssohn's scherzo music. 7 Kurt Vonnegut - Breakfast of Champions Listen. It was the imaginary waitress at the imaginary cocktail lounge at the imaginary Holiday Inn who joked, 'Breakfast of Champions' every time she served a martini. 8 Alexander Calder - Forms in Motion Alexander Calder created ingenious and fanciful sculptures. Most famous perhaps are his floating airy mobiles. The artist also produced large immobile sculptures for parks, gardens, and public buildings called stabiles. My musical tribute to Calder is a sequence of five sound sculptures titled Forms in Motion. 9 Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov - Bumblebee Rimsky-Korsakov, composer of operas, ballets, and tone poems, is best remembered today for a handful of colorful works, each characterized by brilliant orchestration. Among these is the diminutive Flight of the Bumblebee. My tribute to Rimsky is simply titled Bumblebee.