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The Iliad
Author: Smith, Robert W.
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Calls to war are the prelude to this first movement of Robert W. Smith's Second Symphony for band, based on the classic story of 'The Odyssey'. You'll experience the squeaky wheels of the Trojan horse, the forest burning, and the sword fight amidst the distinguished regal melodies and energetic rhythms that drive to a conclusion. The ocean's presence is evident in the optional transition to the second movement, "The Winds of Poseidon" (BD9923). Much awaited, this work is monumental in nature. (7:44)

Recorded at Omega Studios, Rockville, Maryland
by the Washington Winds and the Washington Pops,
Edward Petersen, Conductor

 

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