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Hyas Tyee Təmwata for Flexible Instrumentation

Hyas Tyee Təmwata


Duration ~ 7:10

Program Notes:


Hyas Tyee Təmwata (Willamette Falls) Oregon was second only to Niagara Falls in the envisioned United States. This landscape had been portrayed as North America’s Eden. This was the end point of the Oregon Trail – the destination that nearly half a million people strove to reach. Prior to settlement, this place flourished as a major fishery, with a thriving society of people living in semi-permanent villages. This third movement of Oregon Trail is emotional with symbiotic yet conflicting sets of tonality, integrating a 21stcentury lens on a Historic Trail that is both one of the most revered and yet troubling and controversial.


-Christina Rusnak 2018



Part 1: Flute, Oboe, Clarinet or Soprano Saxophone

Part 2: Clarinet or Alto Saxophone, or Trumpet

Part 3: Alto Saxophone, Trumpet, or Clarinet

Part 4: Trombone, Baritone or Euphonium, Bass Clarinet,, Tenor Saxophone*  Bassoon,

Percussion (3):

  1. Vibraphone
  2. Marimba
  3. Bass Drum, Low-Mid Tom- mallet and wire brushes, Wind Chimes, Shaker, Wood Blocks – High & Low, Triangle


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