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Winner of the Making Music Award at the British Composer Awards 2008.
The sky�s various colours have long been used to foretell change in the weather and seeing green sky - particularly in the heartland of America - can mean the impending arrival of storms, cyclones or other torrential phenomena.
The piece has an unusual musical atmosphere of tension, turbulence and most of all, release; the orchestra is invited to explore alternative instrumental sounds and venture out of familiar comfort zones. The style is unashamedly cinematic and helps to conjure up images of nature at it most violent, tranquil and unpredictable - mostly at the same time.
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