Reflections on Art and Life
A good composer has to be able to wear many hats; that of an orchestrator, arranger, conductor, instrumentalist, and, of course a creator / inventor.
I finally had some time to pull my orchestration projects I prepared last year. It’s so much fun to play with the orchestral colors. I am enclosing a couple of pieces. Both, originally written for piano solo, now scored for full orchestra (woodwinds, brass, percussion, and strings).
La Cathedrale Engloutie (The Sunken Cathedral) by Claude Debussy
Serenade No.7, Op.55, “The Chase” by Vincent Persichetti
©2008 Dosia McKay