Instrumentation: String Orchestra, Harp & Piano
A dramatic, mysterious, descriptive work in E minor, Sighting at Loch Ness is aimed at increasing musicianship in the orchestra. The first violin melody incorporates Scottish-sounding ornamentation and shifting and the harp (piano) has some intense glissandi. Violins perform glissandi to harmonics in preparation for shifting. If you include a fog machine, you might have some Nessie sightings in your own performance venue!
|Composed by:||Gayley Hautzenroeder|
|Format:||Conductor Score & Parts|