BRILLIANT SHADOWS

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Piece Title : Brilliant Shadows
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Composer / Arranger : Jones, David P. (1958-)
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David Jones grew up in Seattle, Washington where he began his musical studies on the clarinet at the age of six.  Later, he studied the saxophone and piano, performing with the Seattle Youth Symphony, Seattle Civic Light Opera and various school ensembles before turning to composition during his high school years.  Since then, he has received over eighty performances of his music in Paris, New York, Boston, Seattle, St. Paul, Salt Lake City, Nashville, San Antonio, Radford (VA), Keene (NH), Potsdam (NY), and at the Tanglewood Festival and New England Music Camp.  His music has been performed by the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra (under Dennis Russell Davies), the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, the New England Conservatory Symphony Orchestra, the New England Conservatory Wind Ensemble, the University of Washington Wind Ensemble, the Virginia Intercollegiate Band, the New England Trombone Choir, the Eastman Trombone Choir, the International Horn Symposium Horn Choir (under Phillip Farkas), Marimolin, the Orchestra of New York Woodwind Quintet, the Northwoods Wind Quintet, the New England Conservatory Honors Saxophone Quartet, and various faculty and students of New England Conservatory, the University of Washington, Crane School of Music, and Oberlin Conservatory.  Mr. Jones has received first prizes in the Marimolin Composition Competition (1988), the International Horn Society Composition Contest (1986), the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra Composition Contest (1984), and the New Music for Young Ensembles Competition (1979).  He has also received awards from the International Association for the Promotion of the Saxophone (1988), the International Trombone Association (1987), the Virginia Symposium for New Band Music (1986), the Delius Composition Contest (1980), and the ASCAP Standard Panel (1986-1991) as well as fellowships from Artist Trust (1988) and the Washington State Arts Commission (1985).

Mr. Jones holds a Bachelor of Music in Composition from the University of Washington and a Master of Music in Composition (with Academic Distinction and Performance Honors) from New England Conservatory where he studied with Malcolm Peyton, William Bergsma, William O. Smith and John Rahn.

Total Number of Percussionists Required :1 Percussionist(s)
Categories : Tuned Percussion / Mixed Chamber Ensemble
Instrument / Discipline : Flute and Percussion Duet
Instrumentation : Alto Flute / Flute / Piccolo Flute / Vibraphone
Range of Instruments / Number of Drums : NA
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Publisher :Gerard Billaudot Editions
Publishers Website :http://www.billaudot.com/en/
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Founded by Louis Billaudot (1871-1936), our Publishing House remains a family business since his two sons, Robert (1910-1981) and Gérard (1911-1986), succeeded him.

The latter ran the company as of 1957, with his son-in-law, François Derveaux, taking over in 1979 within a new structure: Gérard Billaudot Editeur SA. Currently, his second daughter, Florence, runs the company, so the fourth generation continues to carry the musical flame.

Year Composed / Copyright Date :2007 / 
Duration :9Minutes
No. of Mallets/Sticks Required :N/A
Special Needs :Flute doubles on Alto Flute & Piccolo
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