page one of the Tuba part from Between Two Rivers
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Between Two Rivers

Composed by Paul John Stanbery 2018

Dedicated to the Southwestern Ohio Symphonic Band and Conductor Christopher Brandenburg in celebration of the band’s 50th year.

Between Two Rivers refers to the area of Southwestern Ohio between the Little Miami River and the Great Miami River, which is home to the Southwestern Ohio Symphonic Band and most of its participating musicians.  The all-volunteer band has performed regular concerts for 50 years under founder William Stiehl and Christopher Brandenburg, conductor since 1984.

Between Two Rivers weaves together melodic themes of two rivers with references to the history of the land, originally part of the Northwest Territory in 1787 and later State of Ohio in 1803.  Other themes evoke the movement of eastern pioneers to the western territory and the building of settlements which became the towns and cities of today.

Paul John Stanbery is no musical stranger to Southwestern Ohio, having served as music director and conductor of the Hamilton-Fairfield Symphony Orchestra, now Butler Philharmonic, for the past 25 years.  Mr. Stanbery is acclaimed as both a conductor and composer and in 2005 he won the prestigious Post-Corbett Award for outstanding achievement in performing arts. Www.butlerphil.org


Duration
6 minutes
Genre
Classical music
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