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Fajada Butte: An Epiphany: a symphonic movement

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Title: Fajada Butte: An Epiphany: a symphonic movement
Author: Mauldin, Michael
LC Subject(s): Orchestral music -- Scores and parts
Chaco Canyon (N.M.) -- Songs and music
Abstract: More than just an observatory, the butte must have been regarded as a temple, perhaps for the 'meeting' of earth and sky. For 300 years, this was the 'center' for a people who truly celebrated life and light, and who found themselves in vibrant harmony with their cosmos. The Anasazi vanished. The vibrant harmony remains.
Date: 1988
Publisher: Michael Mauldin
Description: An Epiphany – computer-engraved score and parts as published by M Mauldin. A symphonic movement commissioned by the New Mexico Symphony Orchestra, which premiered it March 11 & 12, 1983 in Popejoy Hall at the University of New Mexico, conducted by Yoshimi Takeda. It was dedicated to Ellie Scott, "a close friend of the symphony, whose spirited appearance in New Mexico showered the arts with energies that will live indefinitely." Instrumentation: picc, 2222, 4331, celesta, 2 perc, timp (6), strgs. ASCAP Title Code: 361588098. Date Composed: 1982. Copyright: 1988 M Mauldin. Duration: 14:00. Score/Parts: M Mauldin (computer-engraved, available for sale/rental).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1928/17660

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