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Fanfare for Justice

Fanfare for Justice


Duration ~ 5:25

Program Notes:


For solo Low French Horn, the impetus for Fanfare for Justice , evolved out of the repeated senseless deaths of black people in America. As videos of these became increasing visible to the public, and as rage continued to build, we all witnessed the nine-minute death of George Floyd. Worldwide protests erupted. As artists, we are often compelled to do more than join others on the streets, or to put a sign in the front yard. Silence is complicity. Music is my voice. Most of the piece is created from the syllabic /and or timbral elements of the words and names shouted during the protest marches. Injustice for one, is injustice for all.


– Christina Rusnak 2020


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