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Dunamis. Grade 6.

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Dunamis. Grado 6.

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Dunamis. Score and Parts. Composed by Andr and Andre Waignein. For Concert Band. De Haske Concert Band. Grade 6. De Haske Publications #006592. Published by De Haske Publications. HL.44003078. Major Yvon Ducene wanted a new lush and colourful composition for his Guides military band, with André Waignein as its composer. Early in 1979 the composer began his assignement and in October of the same year, the finished full score was on the music stands of this prestigious military band of the Belgian Army. Major Yvon Ducene wanted a new lush and colourful composition for his Guides military band, with André Waignein as its composer. Early in 1979 the composer began his assignement and in October of the same year, the finished full score was on the music stands of this prestigious military band of the Belgian Army. The Allegro breaks away from the quiet passion of the introduction. Here, the band can really show its capabilities to the full. Based on a very precise rythm, an idiom of sudden desperation and adversity develops which, fused with a crushing agression, culminates in a kind of eruption, soom calmed down by a Lento. peace and quiet has returned thanks to a melody by the horns and soon taken over by the clarinets. In the meantime, the saxophone - an instrument full of human emotion - express the main spatial dimension in contemporary psyche. Following a harmonic transition the brass-players take up the theme again in forte whilst the basses and the woodwinds interwine in technical arabesques. The movings of the mind and the heart get an audible and almost touchable shape in the ensuing Allegro, a movement characterized by a rhythmic dialogue in which the whole orchestra participates and where the exposition contains a wealth of sound and technical contrasts. The Lento finally uses the central theme of the slow movement again, with some occasional references to the two allegros. The last page is of unprecedented grandeur. All the instruments display their most beautiful sound which were named by Jacques Ferschotte, when speaking about Honneger, “harmonies d'intensités” harmonies of the unmeasurable.

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Dunamis. Partitura y Partes. Compuesto por Andr y André Waignein. Para Banda de Concierto. De Haske Banda de Concierto. Grado 6. De Haske Publications #006592. Publicado por De Haske Publications. HL.44003078. Major Yvon Ducene quería una nueva composición exuberante y colorido para su banda militar Guías, con André Waignein como su compositor. A principios de 1979 el compositor comenzó su asignacion y en octubre del mismo año, la puntuación total final estaba en las gradas de la música de esta banda militar de prestigio del ejército belga. Major Yvon Ducene quería una nueva composición exuberante y colorido para su banda militar Guías, con André Waignein como su compositor. A principios de 1979 el compositor comenzó su asignacion y en octubre del mismo año, la puntuación total final estaba en las gradas de la música de esta banda militar de prestigio del ejército belga. The Allegro breaks away from the quiet passion of the introduction. Here, the band can really show its capabilities to the full. Based on a very precise rythm, an idiom of sudden desperation and adversity develops which, fused with a crushing agression, culminates in a kind of eruption, soom calmed down by a Lento. peace and quiet has returned thanks to a melody by the horns and soon taken over by the clarinets. In the meantime, the saxophone - an instrument full of human emotion - express the main spatial dimension in contemporary psyche. Following a harmonic transition the brass-players take up the theme again in forte whilst the basses and the woodwinds interwine in technical arabesques. The movings of the mind and the heart get an audible and almost touchable shape in the ensuing Allegro, a movement characterized by a rhythmic dialogue in which the whole orchestra participates and where the exposition contains a wealth of sound and technical contrasts. The Lento finally uses the central theme of the slow movement again, with some occasional references to the two allegros. The last page is of unprecedented grandeur. All the instruments display their most beautiful sound which were named by Jacques Ferschotte, when speaking about Honneger, “harmonies d'intensités” harmonies of the unmeasurable.