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The title comes from the first chapter of the Book of Jonah in the Bible. In this chapter, God instructs Jonah to preach against the city of Nineveh. Rather than going to Nineveh, Jonah disobeys God by boarding a ship in Joppa that is bound for Tarshish. God unleashes a violent storm on the sea causing fear and panic aboard the ship. Eventually, Jonah confesses that the storm is his fault because he is running from God. He tells the crew to throw him overboard and the storm will cease.
The piece begins with repeated quarter notes that are intended to depict the moment Jonah hits the water and the sea becomes still. The composer imagines Jonah suspended in water, holding his breath and reflecting on his attempt to flee from God’s will.
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