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Azure

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Published on Dec 3, 2011

This is a musical work. As such this video contains only a picture and audio.

Azure was written as a part of the Christopher Newport University SCI Chapter Composathon. Each CNU composer wrote a movement of a work entitled Synesthesia with each title representing a single color. This movement is a musical representation of a clear, beautiful azure sky. Amidst this sky, a hang glider floats through the air. With the ground beneath him passing by in a blur of color, the azure sky provides a monotone blanket of blue. The movement features the first trumpet player on flugelhorn and each instrument passes the melodic motif throughout the work.

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This recording is the Christopher Newport University Cardinal Brass Quintet premiere performance.

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Born in West Point, New York in 1989, Chris Lamb began moving -- from New York to Kansas to Panama and Korea. Mr. Lamb experienced a great deal of world culture before settling in Fairfax, Virginia. Once in Virginia, he began to study piano and trombone simultaneously. He began formal composition lessons under Christopher Johnston at the Fairfax High School Academy for Communication Arts. From there, Mr. Lamb attended Christopher Newport University in Newport News, Virginia, where he studied under Dr. Christopher Cook. Mr. Lamb is currently pursing a Master of Arts in Composition at the University of North Texas where he studies under Dr. Christopher Moore.

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