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Hillulah

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Haim Permont

Haim Permont


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General Info

Year: 1999
Duration: c. 8:50
Difficulty: V (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes

Cost: Score and Parts - $90.00   |   Score Only - $5.95


Instrumentation

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Errata

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Program Notes

Hillulah means feast or happy commotion in Hebrew. Composed for the young people of the Petakh-Tikva (Israel) conservatory wind band, it showcases the ensemble's expression, technique, and brilliance of sound. Broad-sweeping scoring, asymmetrical rhythmic ostinati, tonal and modal melodies plus several bi-tonal sections all add up to a highly dramatic work. The ending is punctuated with sforzando chords, effective use of percussion and driving rhythms that build to a sweeping climax.

-Program Note from publisher


Media

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State Ratings

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Performances

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Works for Winds by This Composer


Resources

  • Permont, H. (2002). Hillulah [score]. Boosey & Hawkes: New York.