This is a song by the well-known pop group Chicago. The title refers to a time of day, 3:35 AM or 3:36 AM. Lamm himself says that "the song is about writing a song. It's not mystical." Many has speculated about a deeper, maybe occult meaning in the title but this is not so.
The solo (originally performed on guitar) can be played by a part 6 player and a part 3 player, but one of the sections of solo may also be omitted.
IDAR TORSKANGERPOLL (1970)
Idar was born in a small village called Torskangerpoll in the western part of Norway.
He grew up in a family where everyone played in the local wind-band. Idar attended the Universities of Trondheim and Oslo, where he studied composition on Master-degree level. His production spans from music for beginning band via chamber-music pieces to symphonies for band and solo-concertos. Idar is also active as conductor for bands all over Norway, and as a lecturer and teacher on courses arranged by the Norwegian Band Federation. All of Idar’s published works are available from Norsk Noteservice as.
SOUND SAMPLE RECORDED BY NOTESERVICE WIND ENSEMBLE, CONDUCTED BY RUNE A. HALVORSEN
Full recording available on "25 or 6 to 4 - New Music for Flexible Instrumentation - Demo Tracks 2015-2016"
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Can be streamed on Wimp/TIDAL, Apple Music, Spotify, Beat, Deezer and Music Unlimited.
|Format||Score and parts|
|Instrumentation||Brass band, Concert band, Flexible instrumentation|
|Series||Noteservice Flex 7 Show|
|Band catalogue||European Band catalogue 2015|