Roger Bourland: Serenade No.2: Paintings (1987)

January 8, 2012

"Dancer" by Roger Bourland

“Paintings” was in many ways an homage to a teacher and colleague of mine: William Thomas McKinley, who composed many works called “Paintings”––a collection of short contrasting pieces composed to show off the colors of the ensemble and the talents of the performers. The work was commissioned, premiered by, and dedicated to Pacific Serenades in 1987.

Serenade No. 2: Paintings
for flute, clarinet, violin, cello, piano
(commissioned by Pacific Serenades)

1. Orange Dancing
2. Pink Mobile
3. Red Glass
4. Blue Tears
5. Grey Heat
6. Black Fire
7. Yellow Dancing

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»Score available from Pacific Serenades Sheet Music

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