The Six Seasons of Kakadu

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This composition won Franklin and Marshall College’s wind Ensemble Composition Contest in 2001. Kakadu, Australia?s ancient wilderness, comprises 8,000 square miles of the Northern Territory and boasts the longest continuous surviving human cultures in the world. Aborigines have been living in this region for at least 40,000 years. The region also contains abundant wild life. It is a land of varied extremes that creates a constant cycle of destruction and renewal. The composition is loosely programmatic. It does not depict the six seasons sequentially nor does it depict the six seasons with specific thematic material. The composition does attempt to capture both the primitiveness and beauty of this ancient wilderness and the cycles of its seasons, each with its own uniqueness and its challenge for the sustaining of life.

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Year of composition
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
8 minutes
Concert band / wind band

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