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Symphony No. 7. Roman Holidays. 2008. 4th movement, third interlude. Thomas Oboe Lee. Advanced.

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Symphony No. 7. Roman Holidays. 2008. 4th movement, third interlude. Thomas Oboe Lee. Advanced.

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Symphony No. 7. Roman Holidays. 2008. 4th movement, third interlude composed by Thomas Oboe Lee. For Full Orchestra. 21st Century, 20th Century, Romantic Period, Classical Period, Baroque Period. Advanced Intermediate. Score. Published by Thomas Oboe Lee. S0.22899. Instrumentation. 2222-2231-timp-2perc-strings Program note. My love affair with the city of Rome dates back to the year 1986-87 when I spent just under eleven months at the American Academy in Rome on a Rome Prize Fellowship. During that Fellowship year I was very much inspired by the beauty and culture of the Eternal City, which resulted in a number of works that continue to resonate with me. Twenty-nine Fireflies Book II for solo piano. Concertino for trumpet, timpani and strings. Apples â six dreams by Richard Kenney. String Quartet No 5 â Four Birthdays. and ChÃrinhos â opus 38. Since 1997 my wife, Kristin Beckwith, and I have returned to the American Academy in Rome almost every year. I would compose in the morning and then my wife and I would go to our usual haunt at Bar G. for cappuccini and cornetti. And then weâd go to the local bakery and street markets and buy stuff for lunch. In the afternoon we would wander into the city to go shopping and sight-seeing. In the evenings we would dine at one of our favorite local trattorias. Life could not be better in Rome. Musically speaking, several important works in my portfolio had their beginnings during these sojourns at the Academy , among them Yo Picasso, Flauta Carioca, Mass for the Holy Year 2000, Symphony No. 5 â Utopia Parkway, Twenty-nine Fireflies Books IV & V, and Piano Concerto â Mozartiana. Just before the 2008 recession, clarinetist extraordinaire Jonathan Cohler asked me to write a symphony for the inaugural concert of a new orchestra he was planning to create. I came up with Symphony No. 7 â Roman Holidays, my âœgive backâ to the city of Rome â“ a compendium of favorite places that continue to live in my thoughts and musings. Although the work is heard in four movements, it is actually divided into seven sections, as in the âœseven hills of Rome. â 1. Prelude. Fontana Paola and the panoramic view of the city of Rome from that vantage point. First interlude. La Befana festivities at Piazza Navona. The Protestant Cemetery in Testaccio at night under a full moon. Second interlude. Fontana delle Tartughe in the Jewish Ghetto. Berniniâs âœApollo and Daphneâ at the Galleria Borghese. Third interlude. Berniniâs âœBeata Ludovica Albertoniâ in Trastevere. The Spanish Steps and the view of Rome from the French Academy at Villa Medici. Digital Print is printable sheet music available anytime, anywhere. Just purchase, print and play. View your online sheet music at home, school, work or anywhere you have a computer connected to the Internet. Use our iPad app to view your digital sheet music on the go. With Digital Print, you can print your digital sheet music immediately after purchase, or wait until its convenient. And our software installation is easy - we'll guide you through the simple steps to make sure you have Adobe Flash Player, Adobe AIR and the Sheet Music Plus AIR application.

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Symphony No. 7. Roman Holidays. 2008. 4th movement, third interlude composed by Thomas Oboe Lee. For Full Orchestra. 21st Century, 20th Century, Romantic Period, Classical Period, Baroque Period. Advanced Intermediate. Score. Published by Thomas Oboe Lee. S0.22899. Instrumentation. 2222-2231-timp-2perc-strings Program note. My love affair with the city of Rome dates back to the year 1986-87 when I spent just under eleven months at the American Academy in Rome on a Rome Prize Fellowship. During that Fellowship year I was very much inspired by the beauty and culture of the Eternal City, which resulted in a number of works that continue to resonate with me. Twenty-nine Fireflies Book II for solo piano. Concertino for trumpet, timpani and strings. Apples â six dreams by Richard Kenney. String Quartet No 5 â Four Birthdays. and ChÃrinhos â opus 38. Since 1997 my wife, Kristin Beckwith, and I have returned to the American Academy in Rome almost every year. I would compose in the morning and then my wife and I would go to our usual haunt at Bar G. for cappuccini and cornetti. And then weâd go to the local bakery and street markets and buy stuff for lunch. In the afternoon we would wander into the city to go shopping and sight-seeing. In the evenings we would dine at one of our favorite local trattorias. Life could not be better in Rome. Musically speaking, several important works in my portfolio had their beginnings during these sojourns at the Academy , among them Yo Picasso, Flauta Carioca, Mass for the Holy Year 2000, Symphony No. 5 â Utopia Parkway, Twenty-nine Fireflies Books IV. Just before the 2008 recession, clarinetist extraordinaire Jonathan Cohler asked me to write a symphony for the inaugural concert of a new orchestra he was planning to create. I came up with Symphony No. 7 â Roman Holidays, my âœgive backâ to the city of Rome â“ a compendium of favorite places that continue to live in my thoughts and musings. Although the work is heard in four movements, it is actually divided into seven sections, as in the âœseven hills of Rome. â 1. Prelude. Fontana Paola and the panoramic view of the city of Rome from that vantage point. First interlude. La Befana festivities at Piazza Navona. The Protestant Cemetery in Testaccio at night under a full moon. Second interlude. Fontana delle Tartughe in the Jewish Ghetto. Berniniâs âœApollo and Daphneâ at the Galleria Borghese. Third interlude. Berniniâs âœBeata Ludovica Albertoniâ in Trastevere. The Spanish Steps and the view of Rome from the French Academy at Villa Medici. Digital Print is printable sheet music available anytime, anywhere. Just purchase, print and play. View your online sheet music at home, school, work or anywhere you have a computer connected to the Internet. Use our iPad app to view your digital sheet music on the go. With Digital Print, you can print your digital sheet music immediately after purchase, or wait until its convenient. And our software installation is easy - we'll guide you through the simple steps to make sure you have Adobe Flash Player, Adobe AIR and the Sheet Music Plus AIR application.