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Benjamin Gillman

Benjamin Gillman

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Subtitle: A History in Three Settings

General Info

Year: 2018
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Manuscript
Cost: Score and Parts - Unknown


1. The Discovery of Lake Huron
2. The Great Storm of 1913
3. The Legacy of the Great Lakes (The March of Industrialism)



None discovered thus far.

Program Notes

Images of Huron is a suite in three parts for wind band. It is based on the wild history of Lake Huron, the Great Lake with which I am most familiar.

The first section, The Discovery of Lake Huron, envisions the lake in its natural, pre-settlement form. Its quick melodic interludes are punctuated with high descending/ascending chords in the woodwinds, celesta, and mallets. The second section, The Great Storm of 1913, is chaotic and aggressive, and represents the strong storm that caused many shipwrecks in 1913. The final section, The Legacy of the Great Lakes, is a fast-paced section led by the xylophone, wood block, and typewriter, representing the oncoming industrialism. A finale recounting the past themes concludes the piece.

- Program Note by composer


  • Jere Hutcheson Large Ensemble Composition Competition, winner, 2017

Commercial Discography

None discovered thus far.

State Ratings

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  • Michigan State University (East Lansing) Campus Band (Connor Fetting, conductor) - 25 April 2018 *Premiere Performance*

Works for Winds by this Composer


None discovered thus far.