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Title: The Winds Of Poseidon


Voicing/Format: Concert Band
Publisher: Belwin Mills Publishing Corp
Composer: Smith, Robert W
Catalog #: BD9923
Grade: 5
Series: Symphonic Band
Description: The Odyssey: Mvt 2 Price: $100.00

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The Winds of Poseidon launches the eagerly awaited Second Symphony from the pen of Robert W. Smith. This work, the second movement of the symphony, is based on the classic story The Odyssey. Odysseus is the shipwrecked warrior who wanders the land and sea for ten years, and this bold musical statement captures the essence of the powerful winds and waves that propel Odysseus on his journey. The center section was inspired by the tale of the Sirens, whose beautiful and captivating singing lured sailors to their deaths on the rocks. The genius of the composer is strongly in evidence in this gigantic musical tale. (7:33)
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