Mars : 3 pieces for double bass and piano
by Keyna Wilkins (2011, this version: 2016)
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The composer was inspired to write this after learning about NASA's 2012 Mars Rover mission. Part 1 Red Dirt reflects the vehicle bumping over boulders on the Martian landscape. Part 2 Red Mysteries symbolizes the many unanswered questions we have about Mars, and captures the stillness and stasis of the landscape. Part 3 Red Children is a playful pondering on a future Mars colony.
Year: 2011, this version: 2016
Instrumentation: Double bass, piano.
Duration: 9 min.
Difficulty: Advanced — AMEB Grade 8 to A.Mus
Contents note: Red dirt (2 min., 55 sec.) -- Red mysteries (3 min., 40 sec.) -- Red shadows (2 min., 5 sec.).
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