ANCIENT TWINKLE APPEARING, for trombone trio (4:40)
Date: November 6, 2015
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"Written in January 1997, ANCIENT TWINKLE APPEARING was inspired by the composer's contemplation of the potent reality that the light from the stars we humans see, when we gaze up at the night sky, actually took thousands, millions and billions of years to reach our planet earth, meaning we are seeing the stars as they were eons back in time!"
- from the "Introduction"
"ANCIENT TWINKLE APPEARING.... Stars and the cosmos have awed and inspired the world for centuries. This piece draws from that fascination and mixes dialogue between: emotion and soul, mentality and instinct, and cosmic law as its themes. Although each player [has] a distinct voice, they [are] intertwined with a playful quality."
LISTEN to an MP3 sample of the premiere recording on "Experiments in Music" (CD-72724),
- David J. Begnoche, ITA Journal, Vol. 26, No. 1, Winter 1998
available in the Recordings section of our Catalogue.
Single MP3 available from iTunes.
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