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COMPOSITIONS by HEATHER JEAN HARTY B.Mus., UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1999 A THESIS SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF MUSIC in THE FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES (Composition) THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA OCTOBER 2007 © HEATHER JEAN HARTY, 2007 ABSTRACT The thesis for the Master of Music degree in Composition consists of live performances of original works composed during graduate study. I have written approximately an hour of music for various media. Included in this submission are the following works: The Fir Woods (SATB choir), Night Cycles (chamber ensemble), Days (chamber ensemble), Stick, Stock, Stone (SSA choir), AirAmeva (concert band), and Stanzas from 'The Phnce's Progress' (song cycle). While some of these works have had multiple performances, the most significant performance date for each piece is, respectively: April 16, 2005, April 4, 2005, January 30, 2007, February 19, 2007, June 29, 2007, and November 19, 2007. TABLE OF CONTENTS Abstract ii Table of Contents ii" THE FIR WOODS 1 NIGHT CYC LES 14 DAYS 33 STICK, STOCK, STONE 64 AIR AM EVA 75 STANZAS FROM THE PRINCE'S PROGRESS' 100 Heather Harty The Fir Woods text by C.G.D. Roberts (1860-1943) for SATB choir copyright 2005 THE FIR WOODS Roberts, Charles G. D. (1860-1943) The wash of endless waves is in their tops, Endlessly swaying, and the long winds stream Athwart them from the far-off shores of dream. Through the stirred branches filtering, faintly drops Mystic dream-dust of isle, and palm, and cave, Coral and sapphire, realms of rose, that seem More radiant than ever earthly gleam Revealed of fairy mead or haunted wave. A cloud of gold, a cleft of blue profound,-These are my gates of wonder, surged about By tumult of tossed bough and rocking crest: The vision lures. The spirit spurns her bound, Spreads her unprisoned wing, and drifts from out This green and humming gloom that wraps my rest. source: Library and Archives Canada. Poem is in the public domain. Soprano Alto Tenor The Fir Woods for SATB choir with soprano soloist J=100 With a sense of mystery p Heather Harty (b.1976) text by C.G.D. Roberts p ~ mp oradtiaBy move embouchum torn "00" to "os" shh • n r i n end - less waves- shh c. 2005 3 The Fir Wbods swaynng, sway''- ing end-less - ly sway - ing_ mp sway - ing sway - ing end - less - fy_ gradually move embouchure from "oo" to "ee" end-less - ly sway - ing, shh mp r i4 r r i r J sway - ing, sway - ing, end-less - ly sway - ing, sway - ing, and the long winds m sway ing, sway - ing, end-less - ly sway - ing, sway - ing, and the long winds 25^ mp 4* end - less, end - less - ly sway ing_ A - thwart them from the % p pococresc. the long winds stream A - thwart them from the P pococresc. stream,. the long winds stream _ thwart them from the 126-150, dancing far off shores of dream.. 4 The Fir Woods 5 The Fir Woods 6 The Fir Woods 7 The Fir Woods 8 The Fir Woods 9 The Fir Woods The Fir Woods 11 The Fir Woods 114 •-fl ™P mf r t r r p r i r r r ir These are my gates of won - der, surged bout By turn - ult of toss'd 3t— won - der, surged a - bout won - der, surged a - bout_ toss'd bough _ der, surged _ toss'd—— bough Sop. solo Tempo primo mp P Spreads mp Spreads her un mp pris - oned wing, spreads her wing, Spreads her_ r T 1 r r n r r 1 r Spreads her.. P un-prisoned wing, spreads her wing and drifts from out_ J J J J ' r = P Spreads her un - pris oned wing,_ and drifts from out_ 12 The Fir Woods 13 Heather Harty Night Cycles chamber work for flute, percussion and viola 1. Comet's End 2. Circle Moon copyright 2005 N I G H T C Y C L E S 1 .Comet's End Heather Harty b.1976 Moderato (J.=c. 80) Flute Temple Blocks Viola VP PPP pizz.i PP Fl. T. Bl. Via. m m * — ~ • -f f «f Fl. T. Bl. Via. c.2005 comet's end FI. T. Bl. Via 23 i a r f i ( f l f 1 T l k K C E — r . ' J ' ' = A A. »— — FI. T. Bl. Via. 31. FI. T. Bl. Via. mp mp pizz. . 11- ^ 35. ^ H i m * i ' I I I i k ^ 1 l " ' r 1 l h r • * = » i ? tfr ¥ r LJ"—1 1 1 FI. T. Bl. Via. 16 comet's end comet's end 18 comet's end 19 comet's end 85. Fl. T. Bl. Via. • 0 mf |J J J i B r i v cresc. • - =-f- i rP3r r i =>, " 1 * ULf 1 3 J J f M 1 * Fl. T. Bl. Via. Fl. T. Bl. Via. mf mf 0 0 0 I r" P—I 0 V V Stan H 1 r * 1 n =^ B 'p 1 Fl. T. Bl. Via. 20 comet's end 103 He Fl. T. Bl. Via. cresc. cresc. 107 Fl. T. Bl. Via. f i f .if F> P |«rjr subitop cresc. 0 subitop subitop 2. Circle Moon Flute Vibraphone Viola i Andante (J=c. 82) E E * i n m Fl. Via. Fl. Vib. Via. f9 Fl. Vib. mm r r r 22 circle moon 26 Fl. Vib. m IJIBT^I n j ^ - t T i * 3 II J I*TP r ^ r — n P 32 r n T r Fl. Vib. Via. mp I,) J n O ! ! j ^ J L 'r r "T r " r J - ' f arco E E * P Fl. Vib. Via. rt^—i — r * * \ i \—i—•—j— Fl. Vib. Via. — r cresc. sofa, espressm 23 circle moon Fl. Via. 50 IT - - > r - T - i * it? ri7? ft > p 5 3 - ft Fl. Via. — S ^  4m4 — *i 1 PI 1 i -4 1 T r - "i r ft* £ i3 r —- I, Fl. Vib. Via. 59 ^ Fl. Vib. u^r.— 25 circle moon 26 circle moon 79 -E Fl. Vib. Via. 82 £ t i g Fi. Vib. Via. m U M M ^ r J | l r ! circle moon 89 ff , t f f f > f T Fl. Vib. Via. mp -J J Ml J„_ i l J ^ IIHJ -J J J J mp fl r 93 Fl. Vib. Via. e r - i r , r r 97 e fe1! ft Fl. Vib. Via. 2 [ «J JuJ J7a^ JnJ J J J is itJ •» J j j " V J J j_ i r r r y ^ = 1 4 = s r ¥ r 1 4 > r r — L r " r ^ -r r Fl. Vib. •9-m r f r f f r f r Via. 28 circle moon circle moon 115 Fl. Vib. Via. # r* r f T • r r mf P f r F fcr 1*7" I I ' l r I I It} J | 1 , = ! nrrr i n J J J | •ft9 M* Pt \1 i i 7 f r 1= ^ : 1 Fl. Vib. Via. Fl. Via. 30 circle moon 31 circle moon Heather Harty D a y s text: Days by Joseph Campbell (1879- 1944) chamber work for soprano, B-flat clarinet / bass clarinet, violin, and piano dedicated to Colleen Athparia and the members of Ensemble Resonance copyright 2006 Days Heather Harty (b. 1976) text: Joseph Campbell (1879-1944)* 1. Days (I) 2. One is a black valley 3. Interlude: the fallow time 4. One is a moon 5. One is a cloud of gulls 6. Days (II) The days of my life Come and go. One is a black valley, Rising to blue goat-parks On the crowns of distant hills. I hear the falling of water And the whisper of ferns' tongues, And, still more, I hear The silence. One is a moon, Distorted, cold -A window without light. The rain pits the rock-face. The beeches cast their deadness Into the sea. One is a cloud of gulls Over a plough. The sun-married air Is filled with their wings and their crying. Slowly, slowly, The lea breaks In deep furrows of red. The days of my life Come and go. Performance notes: 1. Five piano strings are to be prepared with medium sized metal paperclips, placed on the following pitches, given in ascending order: the lowest D#, E, G, G#, and B (these pitches are held down throughout the opening of the fourth movement). The paperclips should be hung so that they are loosely suspended and not clipped onto the string. 2. In the fifth movement, there is an optional tambourine part to be played by the soprano. *Copyright held by Prof. Brendan Kennelly of Dublin, Ireland. Permission received by personal letter dated 12/Sept/2005. rit. J P P J m [*T7~ r—r= 1 da; fS o ' Ls r my Hfp r.nme. r r 11 nd go. Concert Pitch II One is a black valley Soprano Clarinet in Bl> Violin Piano molto rubalo J-.i-rTjjiJ-i p p mm - 1 ^ - 1 1 e =1-— 3 -con p, dolce Sop. Bt-Cl. Vln. 0 0 0-One is a black P Pno. Days II Days II 38 Days II Days II Days II 64 Sop. BI.C1. Vln. still more, I hear. The sil - ence. flautando m i i Pno. 67 Sop. BbCl. Vln. And, still more, I hear_ The sil - ence.. with mute, arco /TN PP Pno. full score concert pitch III the fallow time for bass clarinet and piano Days III (quasi cadenza) poco a poco accel. " f r f 5 6 5= poco a poco accel. • - a tempo mp •5' mp IS TT- XT-continue to hold into next movement IV One is a Moon 76 Soprano Clarinet in Bi> Violin Piano Held down from previous ending: § k p %—t 3 l i - | P n — I T - 1 | j ~- --j 1 7 1 ^ - i One 1 * I J r J 1 Ah & 1 1 - i & 1 . / ?—1—1—!— 1 -i—i—i—i— r i -| s r3 • r ^ f ^ ^ ^ B * ^ 2 = = =2 sop. cl. vl. pno. 2006 46 Days: IV Days: IV 34 accel. sop. cl. vl. i — 1 C K l | J ^ — i \ , A \=\ — * — * — i — a -mp 1 r | t J j —*•—il* *— ft b t f T *t f T pno. mp 39 J = c.96 sop. cl. vl. with l ight. subitop V 5 pax. V ^ su/ fa.vto pax. pno. f f P 49 Days: IV 41 sop. cl. vl. mf area r f i f f , i f t mf pno. f T r f T mf 45 sop. cl. vl. mp pno. mp bzpz 1 51 52 Full Score Concert Pitch One is a Cloud With energy ( M . M . J. =c. 138) Soprano Tambourine Clarinet in Bl> Violin One. shake r fp f^-fist fp injjjjjj'jjjjjjjjijjjjjjijjjjjj^  T r " ^ • ra -m -a ~a ~a r~a -a ~a ra -a -a ~aTTI ~a ~a -a i - I •a i ~ i —a ~a3 -a " J I -Sop. Tamb. BI.C1. Vln. > A h . •* * ff 1 f.i 4 — 4>' i j h i i m i l j i m i l l » a - " n ~ n ~ i ~ a ~ a r ~ a I T . j j j j . * j a j J a -pizz-1 *r 1 *f c wco Sop. Tamb. BI.C1. Vln. 55 Days V: One is a Cloud Sop. Tamb. BbCl. Vln. Pno. 16 mp gul Is poco r#. plough. T t T It" tfTTp r "tf ^  P • — •«• />«z. : f r r — f £ .2-(plough-like) Days V: One is a Cloud Days V: One is a Cloud 58 Days V: One is a Cloud 59 (5.5 Jr <tp-—r-^—r g "~~ ' j = -Days V: One is a Cloud g> " L a L -r R = J wings JP-^ P J 1 r ' ±=± The sun - mar-ried air was $ J J ifrL 1 J J " f e y 4 - r C J ; =6P ; - " l r « T ] 1 J I M CiJLLl4''Lj' fjr> r ig =; #=1 r 4-^1 r = > >, y fr r-1 1 J ft 5 f f » ! f ' f = 68 4^ r "i ^ 7 r i f r r * 1 filled with their wings and their cry - - ing. Days V: One is a Cloud Days V: One is a Cloud semprep poco rit. al fine The lea breaks. in deep. 'Jt at .2-87 J-J. fur - rows. of red.. very freely 9_ **** J7\ full score concert pitch V I Days (ID very freely, intimately J =c..63 P Soprano Bass Clarinet P /7S Come and go, S7s The days. of my life. Come i and go. f7s The 5 calando days of my. life Come and go, 63 Heather Harty Stick, Stock, Stone for SSA choir copyright 2007 Stick, Stock, Stone T h e text for Stick, Stock, Stone is comprised of the following fragments, taken from medieval nursery rhymes: 1. My mother said that I never should Play with the gyps ies in the wood, T h e wood was dark, the grass was green, In c a m e Sally with a tambourine. I went to the sea, no ship to get across, I paid ten shillings for a blind white horse, I up on his back, and was off in a crack, Sally tell my mother I will never c o m e back. 2. Stick, stock, stone dead, Blind man can't see. Every knave will have a slave, Y o u or I must be (s)he. source: public domain Stick, Stock, Stone Heather Harty b. 1976 Soprano Mezzo Alto With excitement (MM. J = c. 144-152) PP — I P mp nev - er, I nev - er, > > nev - er, nev - er, I nev - er, nev - er, 1 nev - er, I nev - er, I nev - er, 1 nev er, nev er, H# : : — | lm «r • JJ- • shou • J Id, ol J i Sa I - ly, oh Sal - ly, oh Sal - ly, my m J M should, oh Sal - ly, pp oh Sal - ly, oh Sal - ly, my . inp > > nev - er, my M moth - er, my moth - er, my moth - er, moth my mp moth er said that nev er should, my moth - er said that I nev - er should. M moth - er said that I nev - er should moth er said that nev er nev er should 2007 stick, stock, stone 18 0 legato subitop stick, stock, stone Stick, stock,. stone dead, Blind man cant subitop M Stick, stock, subitop stone dead, Blind man, blind man mm > > > tarn bour ine, Stick, stock, stone, dead Blind man, blind man 22 Ev' - ry knave will have a slave. M —0— see, ev' - ry knave will have a slave, cant see Ev' ry knave will have a slave. 25 You or I must be she. M *0 0 You or I must be she You or 1 must nev er, nev - er, I nev - er, 1 nev - er, 1 28 i mf M I. mf went to the sea, no ship to get a - cross, I mf went to the sea, no ship to get a - cross, I nev - er, I nev - er, I nev - er, I nev - er, I nev er, nev er 68 stick, stock, stone 31 i ten shit - lings for a blind white horse, M ten shil - lings for a blind white horse, should, oh oh Sal - ly, oh Sal 33 up on his back, and was off in a crack,. M up on his back, and was off in a crack,. moth er, my moth er, my moth er, oh Sal - ly, 35. Sal - ly tell my moth - er 1 will nev - er come back,. I M Sal - ly tell my moth - er I will nev - er come back,. subitop Sal - ly tell my moth-er I will nev - er come back, subitop 0 tell her that I'm tell her that I'm tell her that I'm subitop tell her that I'm Stick, stock, M tell her that I'm Stick, stock, mp m sing-ing, tell her that I'm tell her that I'm that I'm Stick, stock, 69 stick, stock, stone 42 dead. blind man can't M dead, Blind man blind man > can't see, PP m * — # Blind man, blind man dead,. 45 > can't see, I I nev - er know, nev - er PP know, nev - er know why ev' - ry knave will mf M nev - er know why ev' - ry knave will nev - er, I nev - er, 1 nev - er, nev - er know why ev' - ry knave will 48 have a slave, have a > > > slave. M r r r u have a slave, tarn - bour - ine, tam-bour ine, in came Sal - ly 1' 51 have a slave, have a slave,. u> > > > Oh, > > In came Sal - ly, > > In came Sal - ly with a tam - bour - ine > > M Sal - ly, oh Sal - ly, oh Sal - ly with a, with a tam - bour - ine, tam-bour-Sal - ly with a tam - bour - ine, 70 stick, stock, stone 54 Ev' - ry knave will M u 7 p U 7 P ine, tam - bour - ine, tell my moth - er that I nev-er, I nev-er, I 1 nev - er, nev - er, play, > > nev - er, nev - er, 57 have a slave, You or I must be she. my. M r 7 p [ j 7 p U 7 p LT nev - er, I nev-er, nev-er, should, oh tell her, my moth-er, I'm sing-ing, tell her I'm sing-ing: nev - er should play. > > > > tell my moth-er. > > "> > tell her that I that I 61 f ' " r r » P moth - er said that I / nev - er shouid_ play with the gyp - sies in the wood, the M 3 = 3 Stick, stock, stone dead. blind man can't nev-er, I nev-er, I nev-er, I nev-er, nev-er should, oh Sal-ly, oh Sal - ly, oh Sal - ly, 65. £36 wood was dark, the grass was green, in came Sal - ly with a M r r r Ev' - ry knave will have a slave, You or I must moth-er, my moth-er, my moth - er, oh Sal - ly, Sal - ly tell my moth - er I will 71 stick, stock, stone 72 stick, stock, stone 79 f f f ev' - ry knave. ev' - ry knave will have a slave, M y r r Oh, ev' ry knave will have a slave, ± knave, ev'-ry knave, ev'-ry knave will, ev' ry knave will 83 IjD Grand finale - have fun! f M have a slave tanvbour-ine, tanvbour - ine, tam-bou, tam-bou, tam-bour - ine, chih-ka chih-ka-ta-87 chih-ka-ta-chih-ka-ta-chih - ka. chih-ka - ta-cha, tarn - bour M ine, tam-bour-ine, 3 m tarn - bour - ine, tarn - bour - ine, chih-ka-ta cha! chih-ka, chih-ka, > cha! > > chih-ka-ta - cha! chih-ka - ta-chih-ka - ta - cha! chih - ka M > > chih-ka-ta-cha! chih-ka-ta-chih-ka-ta - cha! chibka-ta-chih-ka-ta - cha! tarn - bour 73 stick, stock, stone 74 Heather Harty Air Ameva for concert band I n s t r u m e n t a t i o n 1 Piccolo 8 B-flat Trumpet 8 Flute 6 trombone 2 Oboe 2 Baritone 8 B-flat Clarinet 2 Tuba 2 B-flat Bass Clarinet 1 Upright Bass 4 E-flat Alto Saxophone 1 Percussion 1 2 B-flat Tenor Saxophone 1 Percussion 2 2 E-flat Baritone Saxophone 1 Percussion 3 Percussion Timpani, Bass Drum, Tubular Bells, Glockenspiel, Wind Chimes, Crotales, Suspended Cymbal, Tambourine, Triangle, Tom-toms, Snare, Xylophone copyright 2006 75 Concert Score Air Ameva Tempo commodo (J = c. 76) Heather Hartj b. 1976 rVrctumon 2 TuHutor Bens t 77 Air Ameva rgj Moderate ( J = c . 84 ) Air Ameva 79 Air Ameva Air Ameva Air Ameva 83 Air Ameva Air Ameva 86 Air Ameva Air Ameva 88 Air Ameva Air Ameva [ID Moderate (J = c.84) i _frrr> - g tap ^ — r r r y > =tFfV= ~it&~l > Bi " P * «B^= r* 1 u^P trip r uirr =^4N r .U4T r n U j • r r fr-r-PP ^ j t r 1 1 — u - ^ -B » p " _ PP i . i . ^ t> :> !> !> i> it&Fl—=— Air Ameva 91 Air Ameva Air Ameva sempref Air Ameva 95 / Air Ameva Air Ameva 97 Air Ameva Heather Harty Stanzas from The Prince's Progress text: The Prince's Progress by Christina Rossetti (1830-1894) songs for soprano and piano copyright 2007 Stanzas from The Prince's Progress (1866) text by Christina Rossetti I. By her head lilies arid rosebuds grow. The lilies droop, will the rosebuds blow? The silver slim lilies hang the head low; Their stream is scanty; their sunshine rare; Let the sun blaze out, and let the stream flow, They will blossom and wax fair. II. "Up, up, up," sad glad voices swelled: "So the tree falls and lies as it's felled. Be thy bands loosed, O sleeper, long held In sweet sleep whose end is not sweet. Be the slackness girt and the softness quelled And the slowness fleet." III. Dim the changes of day to night, Of night scarce dark to day not bright. Still his road wound towards the right, Still he went, and still he went, Till one night he spied a light, In his discontent. IV. Oh a moon face in a shadowy place, And a light touch and a winsome grace, And a thrilling tender voice which says: "Safe from waters that seek the sea -Cold waters by rugged ways -Safe with me." V. Above his head a tangle glows of wine-red roses, blushes, snows, Closed buds and buds that unclose, Leaves, and moss, and prickles too; His hand shook as he plucked a rose, And the rose dropped dew. source: public domain I "By her head lilies and rosebuds grow; J= 63-69, tempo |Jj>i>« -commodo - 4 ^ 5 - - -I J~TU i Heather Harty b.1976 | J } J ; H T i By her - A — ' J ' ^ head lil i r j ni ^ LP ies and p 7 j air r sfp err • rf-t Pr •^pr P_Pr r . - R p"> Voice Piano con /W. poco erase, e/ poco accelr rose - buds grow. The lil - ies droop, will the rose - buds ^ P r r f f f r poco cresc. et poco accel. 9 a fem/ra blow? dolce will. the rose - buds blow? i mf * p P P_f r r T-T= 2007 102 12 mp J J — -The sil 8™-ver slim. - • • —p — hang the -f >>M,Lr g.,r c.f £ i 15 head. low; Their stream is scan - ty. ** * a L ~ i 1 1 p. \>v 1 T »r -Ft =PN trr i 18. » »—|--—«—» Their sun - shine rare; Let the sun blaze out, 7 M P_T r r r nr. 21 Meno mosso al fine and let the stream flow. r **r r n. They will blos-som and wax fair. ~M~ /TN " X T " Voice Moderate ( J = c. 104) II "Up, up, up, •I T * =* delicato p . Pf - p T—r—f—r— Piano pedal lightly mrp f\ m P for - = — ( 9 J f — J H "Up, up, up," sad. »— — f = t f voic - es swelled:. "So the tree falls. 3 * 1 = 1 £ = = = 1 104 13 and lies as its felled. ~ » Z 17 "Up, up, up," PP •9-21 mf 5 E "Up, up, up," "So the tree falls. 7»f .1 25 Allegro (M.M. J =c. 138) 19 ] J | T r J J r j and lies Lj>l> 1 J 1 j q 1 J « as its felled. p=F=fi ffi* J ' J * "*~J T~ i M ^ TPS v ^ J — ^ — j — J — •4-4-. f f f-105 49 i mf Be thy bands loosed. 53 m long held in sweet sleep whose end is not. • 0-r ir i ii 57 sweet.. Be the slack - ness 0 0-61 girt and the soft - ness quelled. 65 /7\ Tempo Primo And the slow /Ts /TS * B J J > P /Ts /Ts •a 69 acce/. a ./we fleet.". accel. a fine r 0 . M :^=f m = J E | te f 109 110 114 115 / a tempo 58 ityp poco meno mosso al fine Ah, Dim. the Performance note: At this point, the soprano walks behind the piano; facing the audience still, but from the far side of the piano. The pianist depresses the damper pedal for the duration of the movement. IV Oh a moon face in a shadowy place, so, completely alone PPP Soprano rf* I>"|; Ah, mm,. Ah (m), Oh a mp w z : ~ J J 7 j J J I * J^gE moon face Ah,. mm, Ah, Oh a =3=^ ow - y place, moon face. in a shad poco accel. 1' And a light- touch. Ah, mf and a win - some grace, tr-p—E mp And a § 5 thrill - ing ten - der voice which says: arioso, alone (mood in contrast to text), with more motion mp 9 "Safe from wa - ters that seek the sea, Ah,. mf te Cold wa - ters by rug unprotected, exposed te ged ways, P Safe with me.' Ah,. Ah, mf 1 — i 1 3 • r [ ' r 7 J "Safe from wa - ters that seek the sea, Ah, te Cold. wa - ters by rug - ged ways, =#ttei *< ** [ r ' J 4 7 4 7 Safe. P _ with me. Safe. with me. j ^ r r Safe. with me.". Soprano returns to stage center for final movement 121 J= 46, far away, stars Above his head a tangle glows i S i 2. 1 r ^ i : f > I > s. 2. yS 1 11 B '== pp "= * — i — * — i i f f f 1 i j n * r 1 J .„...— |2 , • — f~~f 'H p""" —"i i 1 — i r 7 1 1 r J r = J snows,. *smaller noteheads: bell tones, always p 124 

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