Daniel Bukin · Sol

Program Notes:

This piece takes its name from the Latin word for the sun and describes the rays of light from the sun throughout the day. The piece starts with the sunrise: a thin orchestra of strings and solo woodwinds that slowly builds up to a bright full sound. Followed by the afternoon: a lively dance that builds in intensity and fervor. Lastly, the long colorful rays of sunset: the full orchestra singing out and slowly fading to only upper strings and harp as the sun disappears into the evening sky.


  • Flute I & II
  • Oboe I & II
  • Clarinet I & II (in B-flat)
  • Bassoon I & II
  • Horn I-IV
  • Trumpet I-III (in C)
  • Trombone I & II, Bass Trombone
  • Tuba
  • Timpani
  • Crash Cymbals
  • Harp
  • Strings

Score and parts available for purchase through T.U.X People’s Muic

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