The Gift of the Elk is here!
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Viewable on this website soon – The Gift of the Elk – A Suite for Native American Flute. Featuring the playing of Joseph FireCrow and the photography of Glenn Oakley. November, 2011 we begin promoting this work for more performances. Contact me if you are interested. This work was premiered April 10 & 11, 2010 by the Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra, Jung-Ho Pak conducting.
Symphony #3 (“An Idaho Symphony”) IS HERE!!! You can get it through this web site. Price is $20.00 plus s/h $2.50 and tax $1.20. So generally it comes out costing $23.70. It is a part of a 2-disc collection of new works by living composers of the Americas. The collection, released by ERM Media and distributed by Naxos, is called Made in the Americas. Go to the “CDs for sale” section above and order. I’ll send it to you post haste.
And don’t forget Volante, ($15) the CD produced by the Langroise Trio, that includes “Ithaca” which was featured on NPR’s Performance Today. With Carl Rowe’s artwork adorning the cover, this is a visual beauty as well as an aural treat.
Listen to Idaho Autumn – opening
Listen to Idaho Winter – opening
Listen to Idaho Spring – opening
Listen to Idaho Summer – opening
Listen to page 24 of ID Spring
The above excerpts are from the Millennium Symphony’s recording of Symphony #3 (“An Idaho Symphony”), now available through this web site.
Dear Idaho Arts Quarterly readers,
Click the “Listen to page 24” text above to hear what the printed score excerpt sounds like.