A River Not Yet Tamed

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A River Not Yet Tamed

79.95

Concert Band

Full Score (11X17) and Parts

Item# PVM-012

Difficulty: Grade 3

Performance Time: 4:45

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Instrumentation

  • Flute 1 (4)

  • Flute 2 (4)

  • Oboe (2)

  • Bassoon (2)

  • Bb Clarinet 1 (4)

  • Bb Clarinet 2 (4)

  • Bb Clarinet 3 (4)

  • Bb Bass Clarinet (2)

  • Alto Saxophone 1 (2)

  • Alto Saxophone 2 (2)

  • Tenor Saxophone (2)

  • Baritone Saxophone (2)

  • Bb Trumpet 1 (3)

  • Bb Trumpet 2 (3)

  • Bb Trumpet 3 (3)

  • Horn in F 1 (2)

  • Horn in F 2 (2)

  • Trombone 1 (3)

  • Trombone 2 (3)

  • Euphonium (2)

  • T.C. Baritone (2) - not in score, optional.

  • Tuba (4)

  • Timpani (1)

  • Bells (1)

  • Percussion 1: Wood Steam Whistle (1)

  • Percussion 2: Bass Drum (w/brushes 1)

COMPOSER’S NOTE:

All the rivers run into the sea, yet the sea is not full: unto the place from whence the rivers come, thither they return again.

—ECCLESIASTES, 1:7

Nancy Cato uses this biblical verse as the epigraph for her most famous novel, All The Rivers Run. This work for concert band takes its title from the first section of Cato’s novel. It is intended for use by a varsity level middle school or non-varsity high school band.

The music is representative of the first few steps taken along a life’s journey from innocent beginnings through first encounters with love, heartbreak, and loss, culminating with the realization that through all of its twists and turns, the river remains a constant source of perpetual renewal.

Nancy Fotheringham Cato AM (11 March 1917 – 3 July 2000) was an Australian writer who published more than twenty historical novels, biographies, and volumes of poetry. Frequently associated with the Jindyworobak Movement, Cato was also known for her work campaigning on environmental and conservation issues.


MIDI for demo use only.