Ára Bátur – by Sigur Rós

for Wind Ensemble, Solo Piano and Optional Treble Choir

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Recording performed by the University of Oregon Wind Ensemble – Robert Ponto, conductor

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RECENT PERFORMANCES:

  • The College of New Jersey Wind Ensemble – David Vickerman, conductor
  • Western Washington University Wind Ensemble – Christopher Bianco, conductor
  • Temple University Wind Ensemble – Emily Threinen, conductor
  • Louisiana College – Andrew Hunter, conductor
  • University of Portland Wind Symphony – Patrick Murphy, conductor
  • Peabody Wind Ensemble – Harlan Parker, conductor
  • CSU Stanislaus Wind Ensemble – Stuart Sims, conductor – with David Vickerman, solo piano
  • Miami Wind Ensemble (Ohio) – Gary Speck, conductor
  • Texas Tech Symphonic Band – Miller Asbill, conductor

**NEW!** Jonsí Music – by Jón Þór Birgisson (3 movement suite)

for Chamber Winds, Piano and Percussion

  1. Kolnidur
  2. Hengilas
  3. Go Do

RECORDINGS COMING SOON!

SCORE AND PARTS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE

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RECENT PERFORMANCES:

  • University of Maryland Wind Orchestra – Michael Votta, conductor
  • CSU Stanislaus Wind Ensemble – Stuart Sims, conductor

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  1. David,

    Greetings from Sacramento. We are doing Solitary Dancer now, with my grad student conducting. Greatly enjoy your online performance of it. Question: how did you interpret “brushes on paper” for the piece? What kind of paper? On what kind of platform? Although I wrote the TMTPIB article, with significant interaction with Mr. Benson, I did not address that. Also, did you develop an errata sheet? Best wishes.

    Bob

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