Dual Strides

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Kevin Day

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Subtitle: For Horn, Trombone and Wind Ensemble

General Info

Year: 2022
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Publisher: Unknown
Cost: Score and Parts - Unknown


1. In Step
2. In Tune
3. In Sync


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Program Notes

Dual Strides is my sixth concerto collaboration and is also the first concerto I have written for duo instruments. The title of the composition is based on the concept of finding ways to move and commune together, helping each other through difficult obstacles, and walking alongside one another. The movement titles help convey this idea of togetherness, taking two voices that are far apart and eventually bringing them into synchronous harmony.

This work was commissioned by the University of Tennessee-Knoxville [UTK] for professors Katie Johnson-Webb and Alex van Duuren, with the world premiere performance taking place by the UTK Wind Ensemble, John Zastoupil, conductor in November 2022.

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  • University of Tennessee (Knoxville) Wind Ensemble (John Zastoupil, conductor; Katie Johnson-Webb, horn; Alex Van Duuren, trombone) – 17 November 2022 *Premiere Performance*

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