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Cathedral Grove

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Concert Band
Composer Robert Buckley
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 04003169

Price: $60.00

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Cathedral Grove Composed by Robert Buckley. For Concert Band. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 04003169, UPC: 884088651459)

“Cathedral Grove” is a magnificent park on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada, containing some of the oldest and largest trees in the world. It is the towering, majestic pillars of these ancient giants and the quiet serenity of this place that inspired this music. Evocative and impressionistic in nature, Robert Buckley's writing depicts the richness of the colors and textures, and the diffused light shining through the canopy of leaves above. At times hauntingly lyrical, and other times prayer-like and reverent, but always filled with awe and beauty. (Includes optional part for acoustic guitar or harp). Dur: 3:05

Recorded by the Troy University Symphony Band - Mark Walker, conductor
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