Ross, Elaine M. Website
of Baltimore, Maryland
The Distant Light for flute, horn and piano
6' $9.00 (piano score and parts) #040152 AP-750
Written in 2003, the music is in one movement and is dedicated to Jerry and Erica Peel.
Elaine Ross joined the music theory faculty at Morgan State University in 2018. Prior to this, she was on the music theory faculty at Towson University and Ohio University, chair of music theory at the Colburn Conservatory in Los Angeles, coordinator of music theory/composition at Central Washington University, and taught at the University of Minnesota-Morris, the University of Michigan-Flint, and Interlochen Arts Academy. Her research interests include both the creative aspect of composition and theory pedagogy. In addition to Sisra Publications, her music is published by Southern Music Company, and Triplo Press.
Notable recent compositions include: Canyons for woodwind quintet, premiered in 2009; Neon Fanfare for trumpet ensemble, commissioned by the CWU trumpet club and selected for performance at both the National Trumpet Conference in 2010 and the International Trumpet Guild Conference in 2011; The Presence for choir; Moonstruck for Percussion Ensemble; and Wildfire for Symphonic Winds performed in 2008 in Lille, France.
Sisra Publications (the name Arsis Press uses for ASCAP composers) has published her trio, The Distant Light for flute, horn and piano.
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