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WNM20501 — $150 score + parts. $30 score only.

River of Sorrows [2006]
based on the book Juniata: River of Sorrows by Dennis McIlnay
commissioned by James Latten and the Juniata College Wind Ensemble

piccolo, fultes 1-2, oboe 1-2, bassoon 1-2, clarinet 1-3, bass clarinet, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone, french horns 1-4, trumpets 1-3, trombones 1-2, bass trombone, euphonium, tuba, timpani, percussion 1-3, string bass

TOTAL TIME: [11:00]

Hear the Duquesne University Wind Ensemble perform River of Sorrows live on April 2, 2005, at the Carnegie Music Hall in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Winds of SummerRiver of Sorrows is
featured on the Duquesne University Press recording of the
Duquense University Wind Ensemble
conducted by Robert Cameron
Released in February, 2010.

Also includes works by David Stock, Franz Bibel, Samuel Hazo, Brett Dietz, and Joesph Wilcox Jenkins.

Wind Ensembles who have programed River of Sorrows:

Juniata College Wind Ensemble
Duquesne University Wind Ensemble
Southern Utah University Wind Ensemble

River of Sorrows

WNM20102  — $70 score + parts. $20 score only. ORDER NOW.
Into True Light [2001]
a fanfare for band

SCORED FOR: 2 flutes, 3 clarinets, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone, 3 trumpets in Bb, 4 horns in F, euphonium, 2 trombones, bass trombone, tuba, timpani, 2 percussionists
TOTAL TIME: [4:00]
Score and/or Parts

CLICK HERE to hear the Rutgers University Wind Ensemble play this work (Mark Stickney, cond)
CLICK HERE to hear the Duquesne University Wind Ensemble play this work (Johnathan Neiderheiser, cond)
View the first five pages of the score