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*Contemporary Piece.* Three short lively pieces, with interesting rhythmic and melodic development, using two recorders at once. Uses the two recorders both in parallel motion and in counterpoint. Always very popular with audiences.
1. Where`s the other one
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|Composer First Name||Benjamin|
|Instrumentation||Descant or Treble Recorder|
OMP003 Benjamin Thorn Where's the other one?
Where's the other one is a three movement work, its outer movements being characterized by fast tempos, changing meters, and the continuous altering of a brief melodic shape. The middle movement is more through-composed and less rhythmic. Though the compass of notes available in a piece for two recorders played by a single performer (thus the witty title) is very small, Thorn manages to get quite a lot from the situation by using the instruments in counterpoint as well as parallel motion.
Pete Rose, American Recorder January 1999 Vol. XXXX no.1