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Salamander Symphony: Symphony No. 2

Concert Band

Score and Parts

Salamander Symphony: Symphony No. 2

Concert Band

Score and Parts

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Series: De Haske Concert Band Publisher: De Haske Publications Format: Softcover Score & Parts Composer: Jacob de Haan

Level: 4

Salamander Symphony is a three-movement work for symphonic wind band in which the city of Kornwestheim, situated in Baden-Württemberg, occupies centre stage. It is the name of the well-known shoe factory that was established there in 1899 - and that symbolizes the industrial and social development of the city. In the symphony, we find various references to the mythological meaning of salamanders: they are vigorous creatures that contain the soul of fire. Without salamanders there would not be any fire. In addition, a salamander can change its shape and serve as a kind of vehicle through time. In the Berber culture, the salamander represents change.

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$295.00 (US) Inventory #HL 04006586 ISBN: 9781540090645 UPC: 840126916423 Publisher Code: 1185726010 Run time: 0:22:30

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