William Call | Hometown Concerto

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Hometown Concerto

by William Call

A concerto for piano and orchestra in the Classical-American style, William Call composer Josh Wright pianist.
Genre: Classical: Concerto
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Western Blue
6:44 $0.99
2. It's Only a Dream
6:22 $0.99
3. Country Capers
6:55 $0.99
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Album Notes
This album is a three movement piano concerto featuring Josh Wright on piano and Gay Bastian soprano voice.

My music is reminiscent of melodic and harmonic styles found in the hymns, ballads, and dance tunes I grew up with in my youth, while reverencing classical forms and models. My musical works share a common cultural starting place and perspective: life in the valleys of the mountain west of the United States.

Thor Call, Producer & Engineer, recording, mixing & mastering at Thunder Music, Orem, Utah June through December 2012
Composed 1997, revised 2000, second movement “It’s Only a Dream” 2008, additional revisions 2012

Additional Performers: Violin — Alex Woods, Viola — Bryan Lew, Cello & Percussion — Thor Call, Bass — Eric Hansen, Trombone — Curtis Biggs, Tuba — Dan Bryce, French Horn — Kit Weber, Trumpet — Seretta Hart, Bass Trombone — Zachary Crawford, Clarinet — Daron Bradford, Flute & Piccolo — Jeannine Goeckeritz, Oboe — Stephanie Simper, Bassoon — Chris Smith

Second Movement Lyric:
It’s only a dream of the past now,
Just a vision of days gone by;
The moments are made
Of memories that fade,
The memory of your last goodbye.

Evanescent, ephemeral, like you,

It’s only a dream of the past now,
Just a vision of days gone by;
So long, long ago
Thru time’s endless flow,
The memory of your last goodbye.

In memory of Helen,
my wife of fifty years



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