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Dalriada
Oliver Searle

Description

A work for reed trio in 6 movements, each named after a different place in Argyll.

Dalriada was a Gaelic kingdom, which encompassed Argyll and Bute, part of Lochaber,
and County Antrim (Ireland), in the 6th and 7th Centuries.

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Instrumentation Genre Ensemble (no conductor)
Tag trio
Duration 18 minutes
Instrumentation Oboe (+ cor anglais) [1 player]; Clarinet (+ bass clarinet) [1 player]; Bassoon [1 player]

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