Turner  Kerry  Ghost  Riders  Ens71

Kerry Turner

Ghost Riders

for 8 brass instruments

Level: intermediate
Duration: 5'

ENS71 - Score and parts
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Ghost Riders for brass octet and optional tenor voice was based on an old Western American folk song called Riders in the Sky. The song tells of a man of dubious morals who, while riding out on the range one day beheld a most frightening vision of warning. A 'ghost rider' rode out of a visionary herd of cattle being driven across the sky and addressing the cowboy personally, warning him that if he didn't curb his sinful ways, he was destined to ride with this giant 'devil's herd' for the rest of eternity. The instrumental 'tone poem' is an impression of this legendary vision.

Instrumentation
2 trumpets, 2 horns, 3 trombones, tuba, optional tenor voice
Composed
1994
Genre
contemporary
Publisher
Editions Bim
Kerry Turner

Kerry Turner (*1960)

Kerry Drew Turner, born 1960 in Texas, began composing at the age of 10. Having passed the highest level music theory examination given by the American Piano Teacher’s Guild, he submitted a wind quintet at the age of 12, which won First Prize. By graduation from High School, he had composed two symphonies, a mass, seven orchestral tone poems, and a... Read more