Hoshina Hiroshi Miko Dance Co84

Hiroshi Hoshina

Miko Dance

for horn and orchestra

Level: intermediate
Duration: 15'
Series
Japanese Composers Series

CO84a - Piano reduction (solo part included)
CHF27.00
+
CO84b - Orchestra score
CHF65.00
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CO84c - Orchestra parts
CHF0.00
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inspired by the movements of the traditional dance of a Miko

This piece is inspired by the slow and gentle movements of the traditional dance of a Miko (maiden integrated into the religious ritual of the Japanese Shinto-Shrine). This is a highly stylized dance, especially when compared to those of occidental cultures.

The solo horn inserts "cadential" phrases within the context of a formal musical structure in which the sound and expression resources of todays instruments are beautifully exploited on an richly colored orchestral accompaniment.

Instrumentation
2.2.2.2.-4.2.0.0.-perc., strings
Composed
2006
Genre
contemporary
Published
2009
Publisher
Editions Bim
Hiroshi Hoshina

Hiroshi Hoshina (*1936)

Hiroshi Hoshina was born in Tokyo on 1936. He is a graduate of the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, and is currently a member of faculty of music composition course at his alma mater. In 1960, he won First Prize in the orchestra category of the composition division at the 1960 Japan Music Competition. He is a former Professor at... Read more