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The Orchestra Sings

“Come to Play”

Thomas Cabaniss

Repertoire: Singing, Basic Recorder, Recorder Star
Recorder Notes Needed:
Part 1: D, E, F#, G, A, B, C, High D
Part 2: G, A, B, C, D (opt. D, E, F#)
Part 3: D, E, F#, G, A, B, C, High D, High E

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Composer Bio

Thomas Cabaniss

Thomas Cabaniss (b. 1962) is a composer and educator born in Charleston, South Carolina. Residing in New York City, Cabaniss teaches at The Juilliard School and leads arts education programs throughout the city. His music ranges from chamber music to operas and film scores. He is a creative adviser  ...

Thomas Cabaniss (b. 1962) is a composer and educator born in Charleston, South Carolina. Residing in New York City, Cabaniss teaches at The Juilliard School and leads arts education programs throughout the city. His music ranges from chamber music to operas and film scores. He is a creative adviser for Carnegie Hall’s Link Up program, and helped launch Carnegie Hall’s Lullaby Project, which helps pregnant women, new mothers, and their families write songs for their children. Cabaniss uses his music to encourage collaboration and help institutions support partnerships between artists and communities.

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