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In Perfect Silence I Gaze At New Stars

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Concert Band
Composer Richard Saucedo
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Musicworks
Grade 4
Catalog # 04003187

Price: $75.00

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Product Description

In Perfect Silence I Gaze At New Stars Composed by Richard Saucedo. For Concert Band. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 04003187, UPC: 884088655679)

On a Sunday afternoon in May of 2011 tornados devastated the city of Joplin, Missouri. In Perfect Silence, I Often Gaze at the New Stars is intended as a musical tribute to those who lost their lives that day and to those heroes who gave everything they could to help others. The music is a beautiful blending of sounds and moods, and carries with it a full range of emotions from reflective quiet moments to the massive outpouring from the entire ensemble. An evocative and moving work for band that will resonate with both performers and listeners. Dur: 3:50

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