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Here in Nomansland (A Meditation in the Vosges)

Klassische Musik/Lied • 1977 • Texter: David W Solomons
 
 
   
 

For alto (or two altos) and guitar

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6.00 USD

Verkäufer David W Solomons
ZIP, 164.8 Kb ID: SM-000085605 Datum des Uploads: 06 Jan 2012
Instrumentierung
Alt, Countertenor, Klassische Gitarre
Art der Partitur
Partitur, Stimmen, Leadsheet
Verleger
David W Solomons
Sprache
Englisch
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Leicht
Länge
2'52
Poem and music by David Solomons, written in memory of an adventure in the Vosges mountains.
The sound sample is my own performance.
The zip file contains two scores with the one voice and two voice versions and full guitar notation and two scores with the one voice and two voice versions with guitar chord names and shapes only
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For two flutes and guitar

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9.00 USD

Verkäufer David W Solomons
PDF, 385.9 Kb ID: SM-000514624 Datum des Uploads: 31 Okt 2020
Instrumentierung
Flöte, Klassische Gitarre
Partitur für
Trio
Art der Partitur
Partitur, Stimmen
Verleger
David W Solomons
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Mittel
Jahr der Komposition
2020
Genre
Klassische Musik/Instrumentalmusik
Voice one solos with the guitar for the first verse and Voice 2 joins in for the second verse.
It is based on a song for 2 altos and guitar that I wrote over 4 decades ago - based on discussions with Jean Sarocchi (The Camus expert based at that time at Strasbourg University) as we waited for better weather in the Vosges mountains after a choir trip there.
This personal exploration with a friend was very deep; we were
philosophising mainly on society's reactions to LGBTQ minority groups and the psychology behind it.
We considered ourselves to be in a sort of nomansland sociologically, each for different reasons, but the Vosges valleys provided the most beautiful "nomansland" imaginable for our discussions.
This all took place in 1977, while we stayed in the Vosges, after the choir that we were singing with had returned to Strasbourg.
(They were fleeing the bad weather - but it turned out quite nice up in the mountains after all, so we were glad that we had stayed...).

This song is the slightly mystical, and somewhat understated, memory of those days:


The words were as follows:

Here in nomansland
where all had fled the weather
we waited patiently
and enjoyed God's sun together
Here in nomansland
a grandson of Adam
residing in his earthly grandfather's home
the woods and sun presiding
Here in nomansland
Hermes' and Aphrodite's son
sings cuckoo to the ill-shorn mountain top
and then is gone
Here in nomansland we sing
to the other's consolation
whilst peaceful dog and cows look on
at our natural,
perchance divine, oration
© D W Solomons 1977

The pdf file contains score and parts
The sound sample is an electronic preview.
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For two alto flutes and guitar

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9.00 USD

Verkäufer David W Solomons
PDF, 386.3 Kb ID: SM-000514626 Datum des Uploads: 31 Okt 2020
Instrumentierung
Altflöte, Klassische Gitarre
Partitur für
Trio
Art der Partitur
Partitur, Stimmen
Verleger
David W Solomons
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Mittel
Jahr der Komposition
2020
Genre
Klassische Musik/Instrumentalmusik
Voice one solos with the guitar for the first verse and Voice 2 joins in for the second verse.
It is based on a song for 2 altos and guitar that I wrote over 4 decades ago - based on discussions with Jean Sarocchi (The Camus expert based at that time at Strasbourg University) as we waited for better weather in the Vosges mountains after a choir trip there.
This personal exploration with a friend was very deep; we were
philosophising mainly on society's reactions to LGBTQ minority groups and the psychology behind it.
We considered ourselves to be in a sort of nomansland sociologically, each for different reasons, but the Vosges valleys provided the most beautiful "nomansland" imaginable for our discussions.
This all took place in 1977, while we stayed in the Vosges, after the choir that we were singing with had returned to Strasbourg.
(They were fleeing the bad weather - but it turned out quite nice up in the mountains after all, so we were glad that we had stayed...).

This song is the slightly mystical, and somewhat understated, memory of those days:


The words were as follows:

Here in nomansland
where all had fled the weather
we waited patiently
and enjoyed God's sun together
Here in nomansland
a grandson of Adam
residing in his earthly grandfather's home
the woods and sun presiding
Here in nomansland
Hermes' and Aphrodite's son
sings cuckoo to the ill-shorn mountain top
and then is gone
Here in nomansland we sing
to the other's consolation
whilst peaceful dog and cows look on
at our natural,
perchance divine, oration
© D W Solomons 1977

The pdf file contains score and parts
The sound sample is an electronic preview.
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For two cors anglais and guitar

Titel nach Uploader: Here in Nomansland (A Meditation in the Vosges) for two cors anglais and guitar


9.00 USD

Verkäufer David W Solomons
PDF, 385.6 Kb ID: SM-000514630 Datum des Uploads: 31 Okt 2020
Instrumentierung
Englischhorn, Klassische Gitarre
Partitur für
Trio
Art der Partitur
Partitur, Stimmen
Verleger
David W Solomons
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Mittel
Jahr der Komposition
2020
Genre
Klassische Musik/Instrumentalmusik
Voice one solos with the guitar for the first verse and Voice 2 joins in for the second verse.
It is based on a song for 2 altos and guitar that I wrote over 4 decades ago - based on discussions with Jean Sarocchi (The Camus expert based at that time at Strasbourg University) as we waited for better weather in the Vosges mountains after a choir trip there.
This personal exploration with a friend was very deep; we were
philosophising mainly on society's reactions to LGBTQ minority groups and the psychology behind it.
We considered ourselves to be in a sort of nomansland sociologically, each for different reasons, but the Vosges valleys provided the most beautiful "nomansland" imaginable for our discussions.
This all took place in 1977, while we stayed in the Vosges, after the choir that we were singing with had returned to Strasbourg.
(They were fleeing the bad weather - but it turned out quite nice up in the mountains after all, so we were glad that we had stayed...).

This song is the slightly mystical, and somewhat understated, memory of those days:


The words were as follows:

Here in nomansland
where all had fled the weather
we waited patiently
and enjoyed God's sun together
Here in nomansland
a grandson of Adam
residing in his earthly grandfather's home
the woods and sun presiding
Here in nomansland
Hermes' and Aphrodite's son
sings cuckoo to the ill-shorn mountain top
and then is gone
Here in nomansland we sing
to the other's consolation
whilst peaceful dog and cows look on
at our natural,
perchance divine, oration
© D W Solomons 1977

The pdf file contains score and parts
The sound sample is an electronic preview.
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For two violins and guitar

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9.00 USD

Verkäufer David W Solomons
PDF, 386.0 Kb ID: SM-000514648 Datum des Uploads: 01 Nov 2020
Instrumentierung
Geige, Klassische Gitarre
Partitur für
Trio
Art der Partitur
Partitur, Stimmen
Verleger
David W Solomons
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Mittel
Jahr der Komposition
2020
Genre
Klassische Musik/Instrumentalmusik
Voice one solos with the guitar for the first verse and Voice 2 joins in for the second verse.
It is based on a song for 2 altos and guitar that I wrote over 4 decades ago - based on discussions with Jean Sarocchi (The Camus expert based at that time at Strasbourg University) as we waited for better weather in the Vosges mountains after a choir trip there.
This personal exploration with a friend was very deep; we were
philosophising mainly on society's reactions to LGBTQ minority groups and the psychology behind it.
We considered ourselves to be in a sort of nomansland sociologically, each for different reasons, but the Vosges valleys provided the most beautiful "nomansland" imaginable for our discussions.
This all took place in 1977, while we stayed in the Vosges, after the choir that we were singing with had returned to Strasbourg.
(They were fleeing the bad weather - but it turned out quite nice up in the mountains after all, so we were glad that we had stayed...).

This song is the slightly mystical, and somewhat understated, memory of those days:


The words were as follows:

Here in nomansland
where all had fled the weather
we waited patiently
and enjoyed God's sun together
Here in nomansland
a grandson of Adam
residing in his earthly grandfather's home
the woods and sun presiding
Here in nomansland
Hermes' and Aphrodite's son
sings cuckoo to the ill-shorn mountain top
and then is gone
Here in nomansland we sing
to the other's consolation
whilst peaceful dog and cows look on
at our natural,
perchance divine, oration
© D W Solomons 1977

The pdf file contains score and parts
The sound sample is an electronic preview.
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For two violas and guitar

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9.00 USD

Verkäufer David W Solomons
PDF, 383.1 Kb ID: SM-000514649 Datum des Uploads: 01 Nov 2020
Instrumentierung
Bratsche, Klassische Gitarre
Partitur für
Trio
Art der Partitur
Partitur, Stimmen
Verleger
David W Solomons
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Mittel
Jahr der Komposition
2020
Genre
Klassische Musik/Instrumentalmusik
Voice one solos with the guitar for the first verse and Voice 2 joins in for the second verse.
It is based on a song for 2 altos and guitar that I wrote over 4 decades ago - based on discussions with Jean Sarocchi (The Camus expert based at that time at Strasbourg University) as we waited for better weather in the Vosges mountains after a choir trip there.
This personal exploration with a friend was very deep; we were
philosophising mainly on society's reactions to LGBTQ minority groups and the psychology behind it.
We considered ourselves to be in a sort of nomansland sociologically, each for different reasons, but the Vosges valleys provided the most beautiful "nomansland" imaginable for our discussions.
This all took place in 1977, while we stayed in the Vosges, after the choir that we were singing with had returned to Strasbourg.
(They were fleeing the bad weather - but it turned out quite nice up in the mountains after all, so we were glad that we had stayed...).

This song is the slightly mystical, and somewhat understated, memory of those days:


The words were as follows:

Here in nomansland
where all had fled the weather
we waited patiently
and enjoyed God's sun together
Here in nomansland
a grandson of Adam
residing in his earthly grandfather's home
the woods and sun presiding
Here in nomansland
Hermes' and Aphrodite's son
sings cuckoo to the ill-shorn mountain top
and then is gone
Here in nomansland we sing
to the other's consolation
whilst peaceful dog and cows look on
at our natural,
perchance divine, oration
© D W Solomons 1977

The pdf file contains score and parts
The sound sample is an electronic preview.
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For two clarinets and guitar

Titel nach Uploader: Here in Nomansland (A Meditation in the Vosges) for two clarinets and guitar


9.00 USD

Verkäufer David W Solomons
PDF, 389.1 Kb ID: SM-000514650 Datum des Uploads: 01 Nov 2020
Instrumentierung
Klarinette, Klassische Gitarre
Partitur für
Trio
Art der Partitur
Partitur, Stimmen
Verleger
David W Solomons
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Mittel
Jahr der Komposition
2020
Genre
Klassische Musik/Instrumentalmusik
Voice one solos with the guitar for the first verse and Voice 2 joins in for the second verse.
It is based on a song for 2 altos and guitar that I wrote over 4 decades ago - based on discussions with Jean Sarocchi (The Camus expert based at that time at Strasbourg University) as we waited for better weather in the Vosges mountains after a choir trip there.
This personal exploration with a friend was very deep; we were
philosophising mainly on society's reactions to LGBTQ minority groups and the psychology behind it.
We considered ourselves to be in a sort of nomansland sociologically, each for different reasons, but the Vosges valleys provided the most beautiful "nomansland" imaginable for our discussions.
This all took place in 1977, while we stayed in the Vosges, after the choir that we were singing with had returned to Strasbourg.
(They were fleeing the bad weather - but it turned out quite nice up in the mountains after all, so we were glad that we had stayed...).

This song is the slightly mystical, and somewhat understated, memory of those days:


The words were as follows:

Here in nomansland
where all had fled the weather
we waited patiently
and enjoyed God's sun together
Here in nomansland
a grandson of Adam
residing in his earthly grandfather's home
the woods and sun presiding
Here in nomansland
Hermes' and Aphrodite's son
sings cuckoo to the ill-shorn mountain top
and then is gone
Here in nomansland we sing
to the other's consolation
whilst peaceful dog and cows look on
at our natural,
perchance divine, oration
© D W Solomons 1977

The pdf file contains score and parts
The sound sample is an electronic preview.
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