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Architecture of a Dream for Marimba and Wind Ensemble

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Kevin Bobo

Kevin Bobo

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General Info

Year: 2016
Duration: c. 15:45
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Unknown
Cost: Score and Parts - Unknown


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Program Notes

I have always been fascinated by dreams. I find it interesting that while I can vividly recall many dreams (even ones I had as a small child), other times I can awake from a nightmare and remember few specifics about what happened. Whether my dreams are memorable or forgettable, they all share one thing: I can never remember how they bcgin. This makes me wonder about how many other details go missing during the night.

While Architecture of a Dream is not based on any specific dream, it is meant to capture the bizarre twists and turns that dreams often take. I imagine it would be quite an amazing experience to take control of a dream and create a world without rules, boundaries, or consequences. Personally, I wouldn’t mind vacationing there.

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