ARCTIC EMANATIONS, for trombone and piano (11:07)
Date: November 6, 2015
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Commissioned by Joseph Alessi, Principal Trombone, New York Philharmonic Orchestra
"Written in November 1997, ARCTIC EMANATIONS ...seeks to connect not only to the fact of the Arctic itself but, more importantly, to 'what' lives in the Arctic regions - not necessarily just the wildlife, but its 'whole' life including what emanates from the land. This emanation is housed in its wide landscapes, glaciers, long dark winters, long bright summers, the starkness, the cold and the beautiful yellow Arctic poppy that comes up in the Arctic summer, pushing its way through ground that would seem incapable of allowing any growth - even pushing its way up through a glacier!"
- from the "Introduction"
"ARCTIC EMANATIONS is a fantastic work! The music is completely integrated with the capabilities of the instrument. The piece is very challenging and has many different moods. And the ending creates a stellar atmosphere!"
LISTEN to the premiere recording by Joseph Alessi on "At the End of the Century,"
- Joseph Alessi, Principal Trombonist, New York Philharmonic Orchestra
recently re-released by Summit Records.
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