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Born on April 18, 1982, Dennis Tobenski grew up in Kankakee, IL. In 2004, he graduated from Illinois State University, where he studied Vocal Performance and Music Theory & Composition. After finishing his Bachelor's degree, Dennis moved to New York City, where he studied privately with composer Daron Ar…read more»

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String Quartet No. 1 (score)

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Le Tombeau de…

Le Tombeau de…
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Added to NewMusicShelf: October 24, 2010
Score ID: schindler-tombeau-score
Composer: Schindler, Naftali
Performing Rights Society: ASCAP
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Dimensions: 8.5 x 11 in.
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Piano solo (2008)

Duration: 11 minutes

11 pages


Le Tombeau de...

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The Tombeau is a French musical term from the 17th century describing a memorial piece. My title quite obviously references Ravel's "Le Tombeau de Couperin" and that in itself is homage to Ravel (the music doesn't reference him consciously); however, this piece serves as homage to many composers and musical traditions that have influenced me, and this piece. The piece begins somberly and deliberately, but goes through a wide range of styles in presenting the various musical motifs of the piece. These motifs are then freely developed, combined, and recapitulated. This piece was written for Tomo Matsuo.