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Concert Band

Style

Concert / Festival

Grade Level

Grade 3

Time

3:01

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RED is a powerful and energetic work for concert and festival performance. As the first movement from Krisanna’s Colors, the suite is inspired by her color choices used to describe her daily emotions and moods. Beginning with somber clarinet solo and choir, the mood quickly changes to bombastic and extreme energy. You may consider programming Red (Mvt. 1) along with Blue (Mvt. 2) and Yellow (Mvt. 3) for even greater effect. An excellent choice for your concert/festival program!

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