1. Philip Henderson
      17 poets form lines on the foot of Mt.Fuji
      for tenor or baritone soloist, mixed voice choir and orchestra
      Goodmusic GM149

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      An intriguing short work composed for the International Schools Choral Music Society to "nonsense" words by Douglas Macari. It is scored for tenor or baritone soloist, mixed voice choir (SATB) and orchestra of Piccolo, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet in A, Percussion [5 players: Finger cymbals, Wind chimes (mark tree), Triangle, Cymbals (suspended and clashed), Gong, Bass drum, Vibraphone) and Strings.
      First performed at the Shanghai Oriental Arts Centre on February 7th 2015 conducted by the composer.

      HAIKU: A 17-syllable verse form and one of the most important forms of Japanese poetry.

      "17 poets form lines on the foot of Mt.Fuji - the perfect hike queue?"

      Vocal score with piano reduction on sale, full score and orchestral parts available on hire from Goodmusic.
      Duration 10 minutes

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      Philip Henderson - 17 poets form lines on the foot.... (Choir - Vocal score)

      Catalogue Number: GM149      9790222292932      

      Price: £6.00

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