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New Album Release Luminescence: Works for Small and Large Orchestra

New Album Release Luminescence: Works for Small and Large Orchestra

LUMINESCENCENavona Records, NV5969 (2014)

LUMINESCENCE brings to light six works for small and large orchestra, showcasing the inspired directions and composers of contemporary orchestral music

Within a Dance–a tone poem of love, for small orchestra

Enhanced compilation disk with scores

Originally from the New York Women Composers


Rain Worthington’s Within a Dance–a tone poem of love reflects on a first invitation to dance and the continuation of the dance of love with a tenderness of touch and a lingering embraceHer music communicates its emotions and speaks to the senses.

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