Lauren Taylor (composer)


In classic Greek mythology, Aquila (Latin for “eagle”) was a powerful bird that carried the thunderbolts of Zeus, the god of war. This majestic name was also given to a northern constellation that extends across the celestial equator.  Set in B minor, this stately theme is developed first in violins accompanied by a staccato ostinato, alternating with legato slurred patterns. Students will encounter easy dotted quarter rhythms, two-note slurs, and a variety of dynamics in this excellent concert selection.
Ensemble: String Orchestra
Grade: 2
Publisher: Carl Fischer Music
Delivery Method: Print
Product Type: Score and Parts
UPC: 6-80160-91902-4
ISBN: 978-1-4911-6043-5
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