Elegy

from "August 4, 1964"

Steven Stucky

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Elegy is the instrumental 7th movement of Stucky?s concert drama, August 4, 1964, and may be performed separately. It was first performed in December, 2009, by the Berkeley Symphony, under the baton of Joana Carneiro.

August 4, 1964, was commissioned by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra in celebration of the 100th anniversary of President Lyndon B. Johnson?s birth, and premiered in September, 2008. It focuses on two events that came to a head on the discovery of the bodies of three slain civil rights workers in Philadelphia, Mississippi, and the bombing of North Vietnam, which accelerated U.S. involvement in the Vietnam war.

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Composition Date 2009
Duration 00:07:00
Orchestration 3(Picc.) 3(E.H.) 3(B.Cl.) 3(Cbsn.) - 4 3 3(B.Tbn.) 1; Timp. 2Perc. Hp. Str.
Premiere December 3rd, 2009. Berkeley Symphony Orchestra, Joana Carneiro, conductor; Zellerbach Hall, UC-Berkeley,