Morning Star

For Symphonic Band or Wind Ensemble

David Maslanka

Full Score - Large
Performing Ensemble: Wind Ensemble
Instrumentation: Flute I, Horn IV, Clarinet III, Clarinet I, Oboe II, Oboe I, Piccolo, Flute II, Tenor III, Tenor II, Clarinet II, Euphonium, Tuba, Piano, Tenor I, Timpani, Baritone Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Trumpet I, Tenor Saxophone, Horn I, Horn II, Alto Saxophone I, B
Item Number: J738F
Number of Pages: 80
Duration: 0:08:30
Publisher: Carl Fischer Music
Print Status: In Print


Quick Overview

Morning Star was commissioned by the conductor of the Grand Ledge, Michigan High School Wind Symphony, Michael Kaufman, to celebrate the opening of the school’s new concert hall. It was premiered by the students in May of 1997. Morning Star is a happy piece about beginnings: the dawning of a new day, the opening of a new hall, the beginning of adult life for the young people who premiered the piece, and for those who are playing it now.

Morning Star

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Scores & Parts

Morning Star - Score and Part(s)
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Additional Information

Composition Date 1997
Duration 8:30

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