Jamie Thierman
PURCHASE

Falling Out, a duet for bassoon and clarinet, became a programmatic piece only after it was written. The intended theme was to be the journey of a unison melody, which slowly pulls apart, vertically and linearly, until it collapses back into the unison again. The title was inspired later by the musical terminology I had chosen, such as “stubbornly arguing,” and “gradually smoother, but still mad.”

FALLING OUT


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Instrumentation: Clarinet and Bassoon


Duration: 6 min. 30 sec.


Year Composed: 2011


Commissioned by: Elizabeth Low


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