Sunburst Fanfare

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James Stephenson

James Stephenson

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General Info

Year: 2023
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Stephenson Music
Cost: Score and Parts - Unknown


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Program Notes

Composer James Stephenson wrote Sunburst Fanfare to help celebrate the New Jersey Wind Symphony’s 40th anniversary season. Of the work, the composer writes: “The music is meant to be ebullient, full of life and energy, similar to a celebratory feeling like the NJWS is experiencing. The concert date of March 31st also brought to mind the beginning of spring and the coming warmth and (hopefully) a lot of sunshine; hence the title.”

- Program Note from New Jersey Wind Symphony concert program, 31 March 2023


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  • New Jersey Wind Symphony (Ridgewood) (Christian Wilhjelm, conductor) - 31 March 2023 *Premiere Performance*

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