Lennon, John Anthony – Ars ex Spiritu
A majestic Fanfare for large Brass Choir by Professor John Anthony Lennon of Emory College. The Fanfare is a six minute work for moderately advanced performers in the following instrumentation:
6 Trumpets in C, 4 Horns in F, 3 Trombones in bass clef, Tuba in bass clef, Timpani & Bass Drum.
Here are the composer's words about the Fanfare.
"This music was commissioned for the inauguration of James W. Wagner, nineteenth president of Emory University. It was premiered on the quadrangle of the campusin Atlanta on April 2, 2004. Ars ex Spiritu - art from the spirit - plays on the Latin meaning of spiritus, the translation meaning a blowing of the wind. The music for brass and percussion is a festive and celebratory work meant to summon the joy of creating music together."
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