"For anyone looking for a great piece to feature your
brass section, check out David Sartor's Cat's Eye.
In a word, it's spectacular!"
Mark Babbitt conducts the Sewanee Festival Brass in the premiere of
CAT'S EYE for Brass on July 21, 2012 at the
Sewanee Summer Music Festival.
Cat's Eye is a brief and virtuostic jewel for brass, and an ideal opener for
any brass choir or band concert. The striking fortissimo opening fanfare rapidly gives way
to an Allegro festivo, featuring an engaging rhythmic figure that permeates the work.
Although the figure stands on its own, it also serves as backdrop for the primary theme in the exposition
and for both the primary and secondary themes in the recapitulation. The return of the opening fanfare
leads to a Vivo coda that concludes the work in a brilliant fashion that's sure to please audiences.
4 F Horns
Work may be performed with multiple players per part if desired.
Published by Metamorphic Music.
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