Autumn Falling

Wind Orchestra / Band

Autumn Falling is a short tone poem for wind orchestra. The work reflects on autumn in the home city of the composer, Manchester, England – a time where almost everything falls. Leaves falling from trees are normal in autumn time, as is the rain falling from the skies – but it is the later the composer is referring to in the main. Manchester is known as the city that receives the most rainfall in the United Kingdom.


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Product Information

PMM036 - Autumn Falling
Year composed: 2007
Difficulty: Moderate
Grade: 3.5
Duration: 4
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Perusal Score

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Program Note

Autumn Falling is a short tone poem for wind orchestra. The work reflects on autumn in the home city of the composer, Manchester, England – a time where almost everything falls. Leaves falling from trees are normal in autumn time, as is the rain falling from the skies – but it is the later the composer is referring to in the main. Manchester is known as the city that receives the most rainfall in the United Kingdom.

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