Fanfare From Fanfare, Interlude, And Finale
LKMP R00894/ HL 43667
18.104.22.168: 22.214.171.124: Timp: Str
The FANFARE was commissioned and premiered by the Washington Festival Orchestra in 1978. Other orchestras which performed the FANFARE requested additional movements, resulting in the addition of the INTERLUDE and FINALE a few years later, premiered by the Twin Cities Symphony in 1983. This short FANFARE has a lively theme in mixed meters (often juxtaposing 2/2 and 3/8) with a slow middle section which leads back to a return of the theme. FANFARE, INTERLUDE AND FINALE was the first orchestral work composed by Gwyneth Walker after her years of conservatory training, and a spirit of freshness and enthusiasm of a composer starting her professional career can be heard in her approach.