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Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky (March 21, 1839 - March 28, 1881)

Night on Bald Mountain 1860

'Mussorgsky creates a supernatural atmosphere at the beginning with violins playing in the upper register, coupled with woodwinds, trombones and bassoons. Violins and clarinets softly herald the beginning of the wild revelry, but soon break into wilder frenzy as passions mount. For a brief time, the excitement subsides into a more subdued treatment by the woodwinds and strings until they explode with wild abandon. A sudden pause allows the sound of church bells to be heard. Muted violins describe the retreat of the witches and demons as a clarinet heralds the approach of dawn.'

GRAPHITE/Score for 'Night on Bald Mountain' for Percussion Ensemble, Modest Mussorgsky, 1867

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