Grass Growing in the Field of Ash for flute septet

$13.00

This composition was originally conceived as a 1960s style folk song from a poem by Mark Haviland that considers a world as it might appear after many battles, but where nature can revive. It celebrates hope for re-growth even after things seem hopeless.

“The grass is growing in the field of ash, Come look come see, with the passing of each day, the green grows stronger than the grey.”

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Title:
Grass Growing in the Field of Ash
Composer:
David Warin Solomons
Tempo/Style:
Allegretto
Length:
3 minutes to 4 minutes
Parts:
7 parts
Difficulty:
Intermediate
Instruments:
1 Piccolo
4 C flutes
1 Alto flute
1 Bass flute

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