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A short piece scored for Violin, Clarinet, Cello and Piano (Opusmodus template :Messiaen Quartet). 

Score script attached to this post.

Music score available a Musicaneo: http://stephaneboussuge.musicaneo.com

 

 

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Score114.opmo

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