When The Sun Comes After Rain (wind band version)

When the Sun Comes After Rain

[wind band version]

music by Matthew Emery

wind band transcription by E.K.R. Hammell

Premiered December 3rd, 2016 by the University of Toronto Wind Ensemble, under the direction of Dr. Gillian MacKay.

 

Purchase:

Print versions come on high quality paper.

FULL SET (print) – (9×12 stapled Conductor’s Score + All Parts): $85 CAD [+shipping] 

CONDUCTOR’S SCORE (print) – (stapled 9×12): $25 CAD [+shipping]

ALL PARTS (print) : $70 CAD [shipping]

FULL SET (PDF) – (Conductor’s Score + All Parts): $60 CAD

CONDUCTOR’S SCORE (PDF): $20 CAD

ALL PARTS (PDF): $50 CAD

 

Purchase items by contacting me at ekr.hammell.music@gmail.com

order code: EKRH0001

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PREVIEW SCORE:

Preview Score PDF – When the Sun Comes After Rain [wind band version]

Watch & Listen: 

Performance by Denis Wick Canadian Wind Orchestra, May 2017

Listen:

Performance by University of Toronto Wind Ensemble, Dec 2016

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Duration:

3 minutes

Instrumentation:

Flutes (1&2 divisi), Oboe, Bassoon, Clarinet in Bb 1, Clarinet in Bb 2, Clarinet in Bb 3, Bass Clarinet, Alto Sax 1, Alto Sax 2, Tenor Sax, Bari Sax, Trumpet in Bb 1, Trumpet in Bb 2, Horn in F 1, Horn in F 2, Trombone 1, Trombone 2, Euphonium (B.C.&T.C. provided), Tuba, Percussion 1 (Timp&MarkTree), Percussion 2 (Glock&SuspCymb), Percussion 3 (Mallets)

Difficulty:

Grade 3.0

Description:

When The Sun Comes After Rain is originally a choral motet written by Canadian composer Matthew Emery for the UBC University Singers in 2012, set to the Robert Louis Stevenson poem of the same name. The piece brings a freshness as real as the smells after a summer rain and evokes themes of love, longing, and belonging.

This wind band arrangement is the first result of a collaboration between Emery and Hammell to adapt several of Emery’s choral works for the wind band medium. It was premiered December 3rd, 2016 by the University of Toronto Wind Ensemble under the direction of Dr. Gillian MacKay.

Want to check out the original choir version of this piece? Check it out here.

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EKRH0001

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