Song of Hope is dedicated to my good friend Ryan Anthony (principal trumpet with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra) and his charity, Cancer Blows – a foundation set up to raise awareness and money to further the research that has helped give their family a hope for a future following Ryan’s diagnosis of Multiple Myeloma
Upon hearing the middle movement (simply titled “Song”) of my cornet concerto, Milestone, Ryan asked me if I could change the end from its current reflective ending to something more uplifting, and to title it Song of Hope, giving it much more meaning than I could have ever imagined.
Song of Hope exists with 1, 2 or 3 soloists, and is scored with either wind band, brass band, brass ensemble or symphony orchestra, as well as a wind band scoring without soloist.
For my friend Ryan.
Renting is an easy process. Simply complete and return the rental contract
and, once you have purchased your rental, the parts are sent to you. The rental sets come with one of each part, and you may make as many copies as required for your ensemble (these should be destroyed/recycled after the performance). After the performance you have 14 days to return the parts.
will be stamped with the name of the performing ensemble/institution/individual(s) name and the performance date, and as many copies as required may be made of each part. These should also be destroyed/recycled after performance. Each PDF set can be downloaded from a secure link that is sent to you within 5 days of payment.
A rental is for one performance only, unless additional performance rights have been purchased. I would always advise contacting me
about the rental first – discounts may be available for further performances in certain circumstances.
Rental is for parts only – scores are available for purchase.
If you haven’t rented before and have any questions, or if your institution has special requirements or makes it difficult to rent, please contact me
– I am happy to help in any way.
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