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Binn an tSíorsholais

(The Peak of Eternal Light)
for orchestra arranged in three groups.
Composed 2004, revised 2022

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Specifications
Region
Europe
Estimated Duration
11 - 15min
Date
2004

ISMN : 979-0-2325-6131-8

Notes on this piece

Commissioned by Radio Telefís Éireann in 2004 for performance by the RTÉ Concert Orchestra as part of the 2005 RTÉ Living Music Festival. Duration: 10-11 minutes
The score is in C.

There is a place, they say, at one of the poles of the Moon where the sun always shines. Because there is almost no tilt in the lunar axis, a mountain high enough and near enough to one of the lunar poles would always have its peak bathed in light from a Sun that remained forever on the horizon except when the Earth eclipsed the Sun in what would be a lunar eclipse on Earth, but would be a solar eclipse on the Moon.

The orchestra is divided into three ensembles. The seating plan provided,
or a similar set up with Left- Centre- and Right Ensembles, should be adhered to and will enhance the performance.

Instrumentation
Flute (2)|Oboe (2)|Clarinet (2)|Bassoon (2)|Trumpet (3)|Trombone (3)|Percussions (2)|Harp|Horn (French Horn) (4)|Strings (12)|Timpani
Recording
To be recorded on Feb 3rd 2022 with Janacek Philharmonic Orchestra
Score Details
Format - A4 / US Letter
Pages - 48


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