Madrigal, for Orchestra

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A madrigal, popular in the Renaissance and early Baroque, may be defined as a secular, polyphonic partsong, a through-composed work attempting to express the emotion contained within each line of a poem on which it is based. Loosely, a madrigal may be thought of as a linear journey across pallets of color and emotional soundscapes, and this is precisely what Wallin Huff ’s 2014 so-titled work for orchestra aims to do.

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from ESOTERICA, track released December 20, 2016

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Sarah Wallin Huff Upland, California

Violinist, violist, and 6-string electric violinist since 1990, and professional composer since 1993. Sarah’s work has been performed across the States and abroad, including the Exeter Phoenix Auditorium in Devon, England. Her music includes solo works, chamber ensembles, electronica, & orchestral/concert band pieces. ... more

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