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The Volstead Act for

Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Op. 44

It is 1919: you’re sitting in your favorite pub or have just purchased a bottle (or two) of wine to enjoy over dinner. Suddenly, all of the nation’s libations are drained, destroyed, and depleted – meet the Volstead Act, America’s driest wet season, colloquially known as Prohibition. This thirteen minute roaring symphonic wind ensemble work foxtrots through boozy America, swings through bootlegging, and rhumbas into the repeal of one of this country's haziest constitutional amendments.

$250

-8 ½”x14” Full Score and Parts [Digital PDF]*

-Ensemble & Music Director Acknowledgment on the score

-Exclusivity for consortium members for the '21-'22 concert season

 

$500

-8 ½”x14” Full Score and Parts [Physical]*

-Ensemble & Music Director Acknowledgment on the score

-Exclusivity for consortium members for the '21-'22 concert season

*10x13 Conductor's score and parts available

George N. Gianopoulos

composer