Kingfishers Catch Fire Movement II: Kingfishers Catch Fire By John Mackey





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Uploaded on Nov 22, 2011

This movement, the second half of "Kingfishers Catch Fire", could not be more different than the first. This movement is designed to represent the Kingfisher in flight, and is technically fast and intense. This piece, aside from possibly "Slalom" by Carter Pann, has the most "decoration" of any wind band standard I've ever heard, mostly from the upper woodwinds and mallet percussion. A very fun and...inspirational...piece :-) Performed by the University of Georgia Wind Ensemble.

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