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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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