The first track was by Evan Ziporyn, I think. Haven't figured out the title yet. Waiting for the updated archives.
When this piece was announced, I wrote down "Be In" by Evan Zapernan. I'm sure I don't have spelling, etc. correct, as I cannot find any reference or close variation on Google. Does this mean anything to anyone? This piece was approximately 8 minutes long. (Play lists are not posted until the day after, according to site info.)
I'm with Kate. please tell me what the first piece played tonight was.
sorry, I can't find tonight's playlist. I would like to find out the title and composer of the very first piece that opened the show -- lots of cellos, some violins and a woodwind?
I don't think that was the old and lost rivers I know. Never heard that version, ever.
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