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When Men and Mountains Meet

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Concert Band
Composer Scott Watson
Publisher Wingert-Jones Music Publications
Catalog # 3015891

Price: $45.00

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When Men and Mountains Meet Composed by Scott Watson. For Concert Band. Published by Wingert-Jones Music Publications. (Catalog # 3015891, UPC: 822424026882)

Commissioned by the East Stroudsburg Area School District, this work displays the effort and determination it must have taken to establish this community in the Pocono mountains with wall upon wall of rock to be blasted and great masses of earth to be moved. It opens with a broad, somewhat dissonant statement representing the settlers' first intimidating encounter with the mountain, followed by a faster, insistent theme as the area is settled and developed. An impressive work for young bands that makes us aware that truly great things are done "when men and mountains meet."

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