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Title: Catawba Crossing
Voicing/Format: Concert Band
Publisher: Carl Fischer, Llc
Composer: Harbinson, William G
Catalog #: CPS125
Named for the beautiful Catawba River, this piece begins with a brilliant fanfare, revealing the principle motive upon which the entire composition is based. Shifting tonalities and colorful scoring are the hallmark of the opening section. This is followed by an expressive con moto section that provides the piece with dramatic contrast. Once the opening theme returns, Catawba Crossing develops into a rousing march in 6/8 time, followed by a return to the opening material, bringing the piece to an exciting conclusion.
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