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Salat Babilya

Babylonian Prayer
for solo cello without bow
cello
Product number: ED 13546
Product Type
Print edition
E-score PDF

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Description

Salat Babilya was inspired by music from Iraq, in particular the beautiful sonorities of the oud, a variety of Middle Eastern lute dating back to antiquity. An oud-like resonance is evoked without the use of a bow via a combination of “arabic” scales, open strings, ringing harmonics and ornamental inflections. The particular oud piece that inspired this one was written to help lull the children of Bagdad to sleep during bombing raids and bears the same title, which translates from the Arabic as “Babylonian Prayer". (Zoë Martlew)

More Information

Title:
Salat Babilya
Babylonian Prayer
for solo cello without bow
Publisher/Label:
Schott Music Ltd., London
Year of composition:
2008
Duration:
N ′
World Premiere:
October 2008 Banff, AB, Banff Centre for the Arts (CDN) · Zoë Martlew, cello
Series:
Title:
Salat Babilya
Babylonian Prayer
for solo cello without bow
Publisher/Label:
Schott Music
Year of composition:
2008
Duration:
N ′
World Premiere:
October 2008 Banff, AB, Banff Centre for the Arts (CDN) · Zoë Martlew, cello
Series:
Title:
Salat Babilya
Babylonian Prayer
for solo cello without bow
Publisher/Label:
Schott Music
Year of composition:
2008
Duration:
N ′
World Premiere:
October 2008 Banff, AB, Banff Centre for the Arts (CDN) · Zoë Martlew, cello
Series:

Technical Details

Product number:
ED 13546
ISMN13:
979-0-2201-3401-2
Product number:
ED 13546
ISMN13:
979-0-2201-3401-2
Weight:
0,06 kg
Pages:
3
Format:
23.1cm x 30.3cm
Binding:
Saddle-wire stitching
Product number:
ED 13546 Q19662
ISMN13:
979-0-2201-3401-2
Pages:
3
File format:
(PDF / 364,06 KB)

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