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Michael Kibbe

Michael Kibbe

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This work bears the designation Opus 279.

General Info

Year: 2019 / 2023
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Unknown
Cost: Score and Parts – Unknown


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Program Notes

This piece is dedicated to the memory of my beloved son, Victor Lloyd Kibbe 1970–2019. Although dedicated to Victor's memory, this piece is not really about him, or inspired by him. The piece was partially written in 2019, and completed a few months after his death. After an ambiguous opening of rather nebulous tonality (floating in space perhaps?) Pulsar becomes all about rhythm and forward-driving pulse. It was composed with the Humboldt concert band in mind, and tries to show off the variety of colors available to an ensemble of all wind and percussion instruments.

- Program Note adapted from composer


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State Ratings

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  • California State Polytechnic University Humboldt (Arcata) Wind Ensemble (Paul Cummings, conductor) - 25 February 2023 *Premiere Performance*

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