The Musical Scores of

The Musical Scores of "SHARDS"

by Sarah Wallin-huff
The Musical Scores of

The Musical Scores of "SHARDS"

by Sarah Wallin-huff


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This collection includes all musical scores for the works presented on the 2023 Navona album SHARDS: Contemporary Classical works by Sarah Wallin Huff. Inside, the program notes and sheet music cover art for each piece are included, as well as any in-score music descriptors the composer added for impact during performance. This collection makes a great companion for in-depth listening of the album or score study.

Regarding the album: "Sarah Wallin Huff returns to Navona Records with SHARDS, a wide variety of compositions that explore life, love, death, and the philosophy and mysticism that make up the in-betweens. True to the unique identity of Wallin Huff's admirable body of work, the compositions building SHARDS structure themselves around brilliantly original frameworks while also delivering a philosophical, thoughtful structure to the album. Wallin Huff sufficiently and spectacularly elaborates upon her identity as a self-described 'stream-of-consciousness composer' in this contemplative and explorative journey, a comprehensive album sure to make waves with its mystical nature" (

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798369263334
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 06/07/2023
Pages: 198
Sales rank: 472,416
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.69(d)

About the Author

Sarah Wallin Huff holds an MA in Music Composition from Claremont Graduate University. As a violinist, violist, and 6-string electric violinist, she has extensive experience playing with diverse ensembles and as a soloist for a variety of events and concerts, as well as performing on various recording projects, large and small. She has enjoyed her work as a composer for concert halls and soundtrack work since 1993. While her sonic output crosses a variety of moods and styles, a common thread linking them all is what she calls “stream-of-consciousness composition,” in which every piece is built upon an enigmatic, underlying framework, from which the work fluidly evolves.
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