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The first movement from Finding The Words is full of flashy, technical phrases designed to dazzle and impress in a somewhat pretentious and rhythmically stiff manner. In contrast, movement two offers humility. To me, this heartbreaking song seems to express some kind of emptiness — perhaps a longing to find meaning, purpose, or importance.

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TESTIMONIALS

“honestly just about every piece i played in middle school was garbage but this was the one exception”

alex g

The Cave You Fear for Wind Ensemble

“They’re making me reaudition on the mallet part for All State, R.I.P. hands.”

Charlie

Dreamland for Wind Ensemble

“City Trees will probably be stuck in my head for the rest of eternity and I am perfectly okay with that.”

Rachel M.

City Trees for Wind Ensemble

“this song sounds so sexy hahaha”

Macy T.

Unfamiliar Territory for Wind Ensemble

“This song literally gives me goosebumps every time I listen to it”

no I refuse

Saturn Returns for Wind Ensemble

“This is the spiciest bass clarinet piece ever”

C4Sum

Tarantula for Bass Clarinet

“My friend played this piece as a flute and she said this piece was evil.”

Indigo Symphony

Joyride for Wind Ensemble

“I bought this for my band director and slapped it on his desk.”

Katie C.

City Trees for Wind Ensemble

“how the frick do i flutter tongue when i can’t roll my r’s”

alex g

The Cave You Fear for Wind Ensemble

“I AM NOT PREPARED FOR THIS MADNESS, MICHAEL”

Jonathan W.

Famishius Fantasticus for Wind Ensemble

“I loveeee this piece! No words can describe how much I enjoyed playing this my 8th grade year. I wish I could rewind time”

Leeah A.

Shine for Wind Ensemble