Though I wrote the tune, Phil Orr brings it to life with that funky feel on piano. Thanks to Princeton University's Keller Center for originally commissioning the piece. They used it as a theme for their educational videos.
A fun name, loosely associated with invasive species, which can be very pretty until they start taking over your yard or your local nature preserve. Some of the musical motifs in the piece appear in shifting settings, from attractive to more tumultuous, but, spoiler alert, cheer wins out in the end. Recorded at a home concert.
CLARINET IN SPACE
Something a little different. A beautiful, deserted train station resonates with the sound of a clarinet improvisation.
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