Sky in Late Winter

This original piece "The Sky in Late Winter" is inspired by the U.S. Northeastern sky. At the end of March when the world is still gray and I find myself longing for Springtime.

The piece is rhythmically interesting and centers around a unique hierarchy of tones. The piece is more rhythmically than technically demanding. The beginning starts out slow in contrast to the middle section. The piece has a dramatic ending.

I hope teachers and advanced students will enjoy playing this piece as much as I enjoyed writing it. Look for more pieces to be added to "The Teacher's Corner". These will be original pieces and hymn arrangements for those teachers who would like something new and fresh to play at church or religious services.

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