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dc.contributor.authorConstantinides, Dinosen
dc.description.abstractMountains of Epirus was written in memory of the composer’s mother and father. The piece is modal and employs characteristics of Greek rhythm, syncopated figurations, and polychordal sonorities. The composition was originally written for violin and piano. The work was premiered in 1980, with the composer as soloist, at the celebration of the North and South American Orthodox Church. Mrs. Coretta Scott King, Senator Edward Kennedy, the Mayor of Atlanta, and others officials were among the audience of 5000. The members of the orchestra were drawn from Georgia State University.en
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dc.rightsDinos Constantinidesen
dc.titleConcertino Mountains of Epirus for solo Violin, Euphonium or Trombone, or Tuba and orchestraen
dc.typeMusical Scoreen
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