CUMULUS OVER TANGIPAHOA

CUMULUS OVER TANGIPAHOA

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symphonic winds
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pic,2fl,ob,Ehn,ClinEb, 3cl, bscl, 2bsn, cbsn, 2altsx, 2tensx, bsx, 3tpt, 2hn, 2tbn, bstbn, 2euph, 2tba, pf, timp, perc(4)
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Cumulus Over Tangipahoa was inspired by the dynamics of cumulus clouds: internal updrafts, wind shifts, thermal convections and inversions, ever-evolving shapes driven by meteorological forces. Tangipahoa is the composer’s home parish (county) in Louisiana and the name of a local river. It is a Choktaw word meaning, loosely, “parched corn.” This work was originally written for string orchestra and also exists in a version for symphony orchestra.

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