Type of Document Master's Thesis Author Hwang, Nick Author's Email Address email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org URN etd-06052008-135410 Title Night Degree Master of Music (M.M.) Department Music Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Dinos Constantinides Committee Chair Allison McFarland Committee Member Stephen Beck Committee Member Keywords
- Orchestral Score
Date of Defense 2008-05-15 Availability unrestricted AbstractNight is a work in 2 movements, each depicting different aspects or qualities of
night. Several instruments are given solo roles to depict the many parts of a night, from
the wind, stars, moon, and the individual observing the night.
The first movement, an introduction and prelude, brings forth elements of the
overwork. These elements are later developed in the later movements.
The second movement uses the solo clarinet as a character trying to escape an
enveloping night. The dissonance and darkness seem overwhelming at points and
pushing the clamorous clarinet to its extremes.
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