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|Dedications for Orchestra is derived from the second and twelfth studies of the composer’s 20th Century Studies for Two Violins. Several studies have also been written by the composer for various other ensembles including brass ensemble; string trio; percussion quartet; and flute, piano, and guitar trio. The work employs polychords, abrupt shifts of tonal centers, and modal and synthetic scales. This work was premiered in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 1974 with the LSU Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Ted Brys. Since then, it has received numerous performances on both continents, including the Carnegie Hall of New York. It has received excellent reviews.
|Dedications for orchestra
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|Dinos Constantinides (Works)
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|Dedications Complete Score (legal).pdf
|Dedications Cover (legal).pdf
|Dedications Parts (letter).pdf
|Dedications Score (legal).pdf
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