Starry Night: I. The Starlight Night for Solo Clarinet in B-flat

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“The Starlight Night” is the first movement from Starry Night, a three-movement work for solo Clarinet in B-flat. It is required repertoire for the Semi-Final Round of the International Clarinet Association 2025 Young Artist Competition.

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I. The Starlight Night from Starry Night for Solo Clarinet in B-Flat is
Required Repertoire for the Semi-Final Round of the
International Clarinet Association 2025 Young Artist Competition.
Learn more about the competition at Young Artist Competition – International Clarinet Association

(If you are looking for the full three-movement work of Starry Night go HERE)

“The Starlight Night” is the first movement from Starry Night, a three-movement work for solo Clarinet in B-flat. It tells of the night sky and our fascination with what lies in it.  This movement is inspired by a poem of the same name by Gerard Manley Hopkins and explores the beauty of the night sky, from the tranquility of darkness to the stars as “fire-folk sitting in the air” that are curious and playful.

  1. The Starlight Night
    Look at the stars!
    look, look up at the skies!
    O look at all the fire-folk
    sitting in the air!

Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844-1889)

Starry Night was written for Virginia Costa Figueiredo, premiered in February 2013, and appears on her debut album “Seule”.

 

 

 

 

 

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