The World is Too Big (Violin Book) (Digital Download)

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Mother Earth.png
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Behold The Mighty River.png
If I Had Just One Complaint.png
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Mother Earth.png
What Do You See When You See The Mountains.png
Behold The Mighty River.png
If I Had Just One Complaint.png

The World is Too Big (Violin Book) (Digital Download)

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"The World Is Too Big" is a short song cycle written for piano, violin, and solo voice (range not specified). This song cycle was written for a special concert for Earth Day, but was also performed at Seattle's Folklife Festival and The Governor's Chamber series in Olympia.

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"The World Is Too Big" is a short song cycle written for piano, violin, and solo voice (range not specified). This song cycle was written for a special concert for Earth Day, but was also performed at Seattle's Folklife Festival and The Governor's Chamber series in Olympia.

This booklet contains only the violin part.

Track List

1. Mother Earth (2'22")
2. What Do You See When You See The Mountains (1'30")
3. Behold The Mighty River (3'08")
4. If I Had Just One Complaint (1'37")

Currently there is no audio available.

Credits

The font used in the title graphic is the IBM BIOS font, taken from The Ultimate Oldschool PC Font collection. Re-used via the Attribution Share-Alike 4.0 license through Creative Commons.

"The World Is Too Big" was commissioned by the Tangletown Trio, featuring:

Sarah Mattox, mezzo-soprano
Jo Nardillo, violin
Judith Cohen, piano