This contemporary-sounding overture is extremely powerful and full of emotion from beginning to end. Richard Meyer's colorful and imaginative scoring features every section of the symphony orchestra,
Expansive harmonies and soaring tunes combine to present an imaginative musical landscape that explores the tonal facets of the orchestra. This dynamic and colorfully scored original is playable by strings
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Sure to delight, the central portion of this original piece brings the unrestrained exuberance of bluegrass fiddling to the orchestra. In a lovely contrast, the piece opens and closes with a slow chorale,
Acknowledge the Scottish and Irish pioneers of Appalachia with a musical walk through the woods and mountains of the Cumberland Gap. This lovely composition allows for a moment of reflection and lyrical
"Millennium Suite" features an intriguing mix of soaring Baroque and Classical elements with a 21st Century twist! The 'Festival Fanfare' is lively and triumphant in contrast to the lyrical,
Entrancing instrumental colors burst into splashes of energy from the brass and rhythm sections, biting dissonances abound, and a constant surge of excitement flows through the piece. There's even a measure
On April 12, 1862, one of the most daring exploits of the Civil War occurred: the theft of the Confederate supply train called The General. What followed became one of the most dramatic events of the
"Serendipity" is written for strings and woodwinds no brass. "Serendipity" is defined as a "happy accident." In this composition I attempted to recreate the idea of an accidental meaningful occurrence
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