File MS-5-16, OS Box 10, Folder 10 - Ghost tracks : [score]

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Ghost tracks : [score]

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Jeff Reilly

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MS-5-16, OS Box 10, Folder 10

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  • 2000 (Creation)
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    Reilly, Jeff

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1 score (2 p.) ; 43 x 28 cm

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Jeff Reilly is a bass clarinetist, composer, conductor, and radio music producer for CBC. He has performed with numerous choirs, orchestras, and chamber groups around the world, and was a co-artistic director of the Upstream Music Association from 1990 to 2000. He also performs regularly with Peter Togni (organ) and Christoph Both (cello) in their trio, Sanctuary; with the jazz drummer Jerry Granelli; and with the Halifax-based ensemble, subText.

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File contains two annotated copies of the score for Jeff Reilly's "Ghost Tracks," one in concert pitch and one in B-flat. The concert pitch score was used by Susan (Sue) Sayles, a violist with the Upstream Ensemble. The score is in three large sections, each of which have various musical phrases notated in common music notation. The pitch material for the composition is derived from seven notes: F-sharp, G, G-sharp, B, C-sharp, D, and E (at concert pitch).

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The concert pitch score has been annotated with pencil, presumably by the violist, Susan Sayles.

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  • Oversize-box: MS-5-16, OS Box 10