C Nancy Galbraith: Symphonic Winds D
performers: Wind Symphony Nº 1
Carnegie Mellon Wind Ensemble • Denis Colwell, conductor
Concerto for Piano and Wind Ensemble
Donna Amato, piano
Carnegie Mellon Wind Ensemble • Denis Colwell, conductor


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WIND SYMPHONY Nº 1
(Music & Score)

CONCERTO FOR PIANO
AND WIND ENSEMBLE

(Music & Score)

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program: [01] Wind Symphony Nº 1: I
[02] Wind Symphony Nº 1: II
[03] Wind Symphony Nº 1: III
[04] Concerto for Piano and Wind Ensemble: I
[05] Concerto for Piano and Wind Ensemble: II
[06] Concerto for Piano and Wind Ensemble: III
release info: CD Baby • 2021 • UPC: 6 06638 69968 7
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Galbraith's music for concert bands first drew national attention with the 1995 recording of with brightness round about it. A short time later, Danza de los Duendes was featured as the opening work on the Klavier Records CD, Dream Catchers, recorded by the North Texas Wind Symphony, and quickly became a popular favorite with wind ensembles around the globe. To date, her wind repertoire includes Audible Images, Elfin Thunderbolt, Euphonic Blues, Febris Ver (Spring Fever) and Washington's Landing. In 1999, Galbraith's epic Missa Mysteriorum was premiered by Maestro Robert Page's Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh, accompanied by the Carnegie Mellon Wind Ensemble. This disc features Galbraith's two most extensive concert band works.

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