Today: Michelle Smith Performing Arts 09:00AM - 10:00PM

UMD Wind Orchestra: Dragon Rhyme

The UMD Wind Orchestra presents Dragon Rhyme, its second concert of the 2014-15 season.

Through a consortium of American wind ensembles, UMWO has commissioned Where the Good Sounds Live by American composer Alvin Singleton, which was written to honor the life of Drexel University’s former band director Mike Moss. The concert also features Chen-Yi’s Dragon Rhyme, which conveys the auspicious and vibrant image of the dragon through colorful orchestration and melodies.

Learn more about the pieces and composers featured on this program in the Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library:

Alvin Singleton:

 

Fan of eMusic? Don't miss this Chen Yi recording: 

Dragon Rhyme – Chen Yi, Jennifer Higdon, Kurt Weill, The Hartt School Wind Ensemble,
Glen Adsit, music director
Location: Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library — Online Resources, Digital Collections: Naxos Music Library
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