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arranged for Wind Symphony by the Composer

This wind symphony version was commissioned for the
University of North Texas Wind Symphony by the UNT
Percussion Area, for premiere performances
November 2006, at the University of North Texas
and the Percussive Arts Society International Convention
Eugene Corporon, conductor
Christopher Deane, Mark Ford, Brian Zator, soloists

The original The Glory and the Grandeur with orchestra
has been performed hundreds of times in the
United States, as well as in Canada, Belgium, and China.

Percussive Arts Society review

duration: 12 minutes

(1988 orchestra)
(2006 wind symphony)

2 flutes, piccolo (fl. III), 2 oboes, E-flat clarinet,
4 B-flat clarinets, bass clarinet, 2 bassoons,
contrabassoon and/or contra-alto clarinet,
soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, tenor
saxophone, baritone saxophone

3 B-flat trumpets, 4 horns (F), 3 trombones,
euphonium, tuba

string bass, piano, timpani, percussion (1 or more)

3 solo percussion

solo percussion parts are exactly the same for
performance with orchestra, wind symphony,
or keyboard.

wind symphony score

solo parts with keyboard arrangement
available through music stores, including:

Steve Weiss Music
(215) 659-0100

Eble Music Co. (319) 338-0313 www.eble.com

wind symphony parts
available for rental at
Pecktackular Music (336) 288-7034



orchestra version

"a stunning tour-de-force"
Miami Herald

"thirteen minutes of percussive dynamite"
Fanfare Magazine

CD of The Glory and Grandeur
with orchestra