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The Rage Over the Lost Euro (Score & Parts)-4BSN

Composer: Peter, Martin

Publisher: Accolade (Germany)

Edition: 1508

$34.00

The Ragoe Over the Lost Euro
for bassoon quartet
by Martin Peter (b. 1973)- German composer
I. Cashflow Dance (Ireland)
II. Flamenco Fiscalioso
III. Monetary Melancholy (Portugal)
IV. Stolperstein-Sirtaki (Greece)
Who is not angry about lost money? Certainly Beethoven was, when he was missing a penny, and for him it was the cause of a wonderful piano piece. Nowadays we quite often feel like he did, and in some European countries it might be especially painful. What would happen, if Beethoven travelled through all the crisis-torn regions- how would his music sound there?
These four pieces try to give a possible, bright answer. Hopefully, "Rage of the lost Euro" can block any sorrow for a while, and the love of life comes to the fore. And this even ore so using four bassoons.

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