Laurie E. Klaus & John Lincourt | A Hymn for the Lost and the Living

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A Hymn for the Lost and the Living

by Laurie E. Klaus & John Lincourt

This haunting piece, written as a musical response to the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center, continues to touch the emotional depths we experience at the loss of our loved ones. Accompaniment track also available.
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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John Lincourt plays trombone in the Salisbury Swing Band and is currently working towards his trombone performance degree through Catawba College. He has performed this piece for both a college recital and for a ten-year memorial service of the attacks on the World Trade Center. The arrangement, for trombone and piano, is by Chris Gekker. A Hymn for the Lost and the Living evokes the cloudless sky of that morning, marred by sudden smoke and terror. Many passages have a haunting, "this must be a bad dream," quality to them. Listen for the mimicry of the tolling of the bells used in services to mourn the loss of firefighters, and the contrast of passages exuding hope. Eric Ewazen was teaching at Julliard the morning of the attacks; his eye-witness experience and the sense of personal attack all New Yorkers felt that day are felt anew each time one hears this tribute to all whose lives were lost and to all whose lives were forever changed. An accompaniment track is also available; piano by Laurie E. Klaus.


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