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Zane Dancing by Parnell

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Composer: Brett Parnell

Description: I wrote this piece after seeing the documentary åÒMy Kid Could Paint That,åÓ which is about a very young girl who becomes renowned as a child prodigy abstract painter. Her paintings start selling for as much as $300,000 and at one point her father is suspected of being the one doing the paintings. It causes a scandal, and there's a whole lot of judging and finger-pointing going on, so it got me thinking a lot about perspective. For me it was a reminder of how crazy the whole business of selling art (and music!) can be, and really what matters is just the purity of the art itself åÐ this piece is named after one of the paintings in the movie that I particularly loved.

Era: 21st century

Parts: Score and Parts

Publisher: SECONDAPRATTICA.ORG

About Composer/Arranger

350 DuoThreefifty is a Brooklyn-based band comprised of guitarists Brett Parnell and Geremy Schulick, whose instrumental compositions combine influences ranging from indie-rock, minimalism, and Baroque music. Threefifty originated as a classical guitar duo while Brett and Geremy were studying the instrument at The Yale School of Music, though gradually the duo took to writing all of their own material, incorporating nylon and steel-string acoustic guitars with the expansive palette of electric guitar and effects pedals. Some performance highlights include The NY Guitar Festival, Le Poisson Rouge, SXSW, TEDx Carnegie Mellon University, The 92nd Street Y, Austria's Schlossatelier, CMEAS' Fall UK Tour, and Sarajevo's Dom Armije. Recent projects have also included a collaboration with video artist Jennifer Stock. Threefifty's third studio album, "Collapses," is due out in early 2013.


Threefifty is proud to be part of the D'Addario artist family.

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  1. Great Duo

    Posted by Susan on 8th Dec 2013

    Man can these two play and their original compositions are awesome!


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