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Boosey and Hawkes Brooklyn Bridge Boosey & Hawkes Scores/Books Series Composed by Michael Daugherty   

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(2005) After the public opening of the Brooklyn Bridge in 1883, Harper's Monthly reported, The wise man will not cross the bridge in five minutes. . . .he will linger to get the good of the splendid view about him. The composer was inspired by the same stunning vistas to write a panoramic clarinet concerto. Like the four cables/webs of wire and steel that hold the Bridge together, the concerto has four movements - East, South, West and North - each like a musical view. It received its premiere performance at Carnegie Hall as part of the College Band Directors National Convention. Duration - ca. 26:00

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