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Mountain Myths

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Michael Udow

Michael Udow

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General Info

Year: 2016
Duration: c. 5:10
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Unknown
Cost: Score and Parts - Unknown


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Program Notes

The majestic beauty of the Rocky Mountains has always been a source of inspiration for composer Michael Udow. Mountain Myths, first commissioned by the Music in the Mountains Festival (Durango, Co.) and its artistic director, Gregory Hustis, is a piece written to celebrate the grandeur of the mountains of southwestern Colorado. Said Udow: “The First Nation Peoples understood the fragility of the land. This and the glorious wonderment, and the energy of the forever-changing mountains and the need to protect this natural legacy were in my consciousness as this new antiphonal work for Music in the Mountains germinated.”

The original version of the piece, scored for brass ensemble and percussion, was premiered in July 2017.

- Program Note from Black Tea Music


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State Ratings

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  • University of Texas (Austin) Wind Ensemble (Jonathan Villela, conductor) – 7 April 2019

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