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Ross, Clark Clark Ross
Canada Canada, St. John's, Newfoundland
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Ross, Clark: El Niño Come Naranjas

El Niño Come Naranjas
#3 of "3 Lorca Sketches..."
Clark Ross




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Composer :Clark RossRoss, Clark (1957 - )
Instrumentation :

Orchestra

Style :

Modern classical

Date :1995
Copyright :Copyright © Clark Ross
El Niño Come Naranjas (?The Boy is Eating Oranges?) is a line from a Lorca poem called Despedida (?Farewell?), which juxtaposes mundane everyday acts, like eating oranges and the harvesting of wheat (by a reaper), with a serene acceptance of the inevitable ("if I die, leave the balcony open"). The character of this sketch is completely different from the others; the mundane is represented by the up-beat sections (like the opening fanfare for the trumpets and the jazz-like ?walking? bass lines), while the mystical serenity is suggested by the steadily pulsing and hypnotic middle section.
Source / Web :Ross: 3 Lorca Sketches for Orchestra; Programme Notes
Added by clark-ross the 2007-06-02


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