Albanian Folk Song 'Moj e Bukura Moré' (My Beautiful Morea) (instrumental version) Thomas Simaku

Albanian Folk Song 'Moj e Bukura Moré' (My Beautiful Morea) (instrumental version) cover
Duration
4 mins 30 secs
Composed
2015
Published
2015
Categories

Solos, Duos & Trios Duos •• Solo Instrument and Piano

Instrumentation
1 Mezzo Soprano, 1 Flute, 1 Alto Flute, 1 Oboe, 1 Cor anglais, 1 B-flat Clarinet, 1 Bass Clarinet in B-flat, 1 Soprano Saxophone, 1 Piano

Purchasing options

Score and part ISMN 57036-656-9 £14.95
Score and part ISMN 57036-657-6 £14.95
Score and part ISMN 57036-658-3 £14.95
Score and part ISMN 57036-659-0 £14.95
Score and part ISMN 57036-660-6 £14.95
Score and part ISMN 57036-661-3 £14.95
Score and part ISMN 57036-662-0 £14.95
Score and part ISMN 57036-751-1 £12.95

wind instrument and piano

Programme note

Moj e Bukura Moré (My Beautiful Morea) has its origin in Southern Italy, in Calabria, where an Albanian community has lived for more than 500 years, and so has the song! The tenderness of the melodic lines expresses the love for the distant homeland, which according to legend can be seen from the Calabrian mountain-tops. As in most folk songs, this tune is remarkably short.

The melody itself has not been altered, but has been extended, enriched in texture and presented in different ways. The melodic lines serve as a point of departure for the proliferation of a distinct harmonic vocabulary. © Thomas Simaku

Flute version: ISMN-M-57036-656-9

Alto Flute version: ISMN-M-57036-657-6

Oboe version: ISMN-M-57036-658-3

Cor Anglais version: ISMN-M-57036-659-0

Clarinet version: ISMN-M-57036-660-6

Bass Clarinet version: ISMN-M-57036-661-3

Bassoon version: ISMN-M-57036-662-0

Soprano Saxophone version: ISMN M-57036-751-1

Performances
  • 4 Mar 2017 | 7:30pm |

    St. Saviourgate Unitarian Chapel, York

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    Dr K. Sextet

  • 19 Nov 2016 | 6:00pm |

    Jokkmokks Gamla Kyrka, Borgargatan 9 Jokkmokk, SE

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    Anders Paulsson and Kristina Shtegman

  • 13 Feb 2016 | 3:30pm |

    Djanogly Music School, Nottingham

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    Scaw Duo

  • 12 Feb 2016 | 1:00pm |

    Pavilion Arts Centre, Buxton

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    SCAW Duo:
    Sarah Watts, bass clarinet
    Antony Clare, piano

  • 7 Nov 2015 | 6:30pm |

    St. John's Church, Waterloo Road, London

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    Sarah Watts (bass clarinet), Antony Clare (piano)