Since my early childhood, nature has been a major part of my life. Whether it be hiking in the woods, camping in the mountains, or sitting by a lake, I have always found that “the great-outdoors” provides me with a tremendous amount of inspiration. Panoramic Landscapes is a musical depiction the awe-inspiring scenery that I find myself surrounded by on a regular basis. Originally scored for brass and percussion, this work was performed by members of the Dallas Wind Symphony and the Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra as a winning composition in the DWS’s “Call for Fanfares” competition. While still remaining true to the original, I have expanded the thematic material in a way that exhibits greater harmonic color and stunning panoramic imagery. 

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Performed by the Pelham High School Wind Ensemble on February 4th, 2016. Justin P. Ward, conducting. Moody Concert Hall; University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa, AL, USA).


ERRATA (version 1.0)

  • In measure 39, Horn 1 and 2 should have a quarter-note E followed by a quarter-note rest.
  • In measure 20, Alto Sax 1 and 2 should have a "mezzo-piano" dynamic marking.