The Spotted-Tail Quoll – Clarinet and Piano


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A piece for clarinet and piano. The inspiration for this piece was a friend who heard a noise in his roof. He thought he must have some very noisy rats. On inspection he found he had a quoll living there. The quoll was safely evicted without either party getting hurt. Spotted-tail quolls (tiger cats) are found on the Eastern coast of Australia and in Tasmania. Though to look at, this spotty animal is quite cute, it is actually quite a vicious predator, hunting animals such as possums, rabbits and reptiles. Related to the Tasmanian devil, these furry little animals have strong jaws, and communicate using hissing and screaming.

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Genre

Modern Classical

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Solo Instrument

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