In 1974, only 4 members of the Mauritius Kestrel species (a small bird of the falcon family) existed. Through great efforts, led by the late, great naturalist, Gerald Durrell, the species now numbers around
The Great Blue Heron was inspired by the relatively large wading bird, commonly found in North and Central America. The name of this bird conjures an image of something of such immense size and, yet,
"Hijinx" opens with a short, spirited fanfare. It is a rousing piece for soprano saxophone and symphonic band. Aside from the fanfare, "Hijinx" features a groovy dance, a serenely mysterious cadenza,
Lontano - for four horns begins with all horns sounding a theme in homophonic texture. The middle section features short, rising motifs leading to the climax of the piece as the music returns to restate the
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