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The slow theme oboe-theme represents the romantic moment, while the fast theme allegro con brio depicts the chase. Try again More of this, please? Go Pro Upload Log In. Want to give something back? Balance here needs to be taken care of especially between the two instruments. First of all, thank you! Linear flow between the two should be smooth, hand-in-hand. Persis,the only song ill probably love for a million years.

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Try again ryanhs worked hard on this score. The famous and gorgeous oboe solo, cross-cued for flute, is heard in the “Andante cantabile” section.

Precision and articulation are extremely important here, and throughout the performance of the piece.

Give a small token of appreciation! This is completely amazing! A grand opening marked “Molto espressivo” is heard. A horn solo is heard accompanying the oboe in the middle of the passage. Performers may face difficulties in executing the semiquaver-triplets but should be able to overcome with much more practices and rehearsals. The solo is accompanied by moving quavers from the 1st clarinets.


He begins a wild and wonderful adventure as he is suddenly surrounded by magnificent architecture, grand marble statues, and beautiful works of art in one of the earliest known cultured civilizations.

This Arrangement is the for Full Wind Band. The horns and alto sax first set the melody, layered by the trumpets, and then the flutes, overrure and clarinets, followed by the rest of the band. After reading the story behind Persis,it adds another level of sadness to it. As he runs franticly through the corridors of the city, he reflects sadly on the romance that might have been.

Another piece from the pen of this outstanding composer! Choose where you want to share: The reiteration of this melodic line is heard from the band, as it approaches to yet another “Allegro con brio” section. The challenge here would be achieving the same emotional effect from two different instruments – the oboe and the horn. I’m quite sure this piece persos not unfamiliar to most.

He carefully approaches her, and miraculously, she recognizes him as someone she had known before in another place and time.

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Why am I seeing this? I’m not sure I’ll be able to fulfil your requests but I’ll look into it! To print parts, please upgrade to a Pro account first. Definitely, expression is of utmost importance. Coordination in this section may be quite challenging due to the alternate switch and the heavy running passages from clarinets, oboes and flutes, as well as the xylophone. Follow to get notified when ryanhs has uploaded new scores.


Especially the gorgeous oboe solo Remarked and interpreted by Benjamin Yeo The remarks will make more sense if you were to follow it with a copy of the score or by listening to the recording.

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I am so glad I found this. They persjs and share a brief, blissful moment together. This is perhaps where the chase and reflection is about to start. Truly a touching piece Grace notes are extensively used to enhance the feel of this work. I’d been exposed to this song for about 3 years now and I finally know the story This is definitely a great piece of work.

The description of ” As he runs franticly through the corridors of the city, he reflects sadly on the romance that might have been “, is effectively illustrated in this ending section. This is absolutely amazing and stunningly accurate! It’s kind of romantic huh?