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Panamint, Symphony No. 1
There most likely exists only one copy of the complete work in the US Copyrights office. The Uruguayan jeweler, Enrique Salzano, is in possession of the only other know available copy of the 1st movement to the symphony, at last knowledge. Since there is no download or score readily available at this time, here is the best recollection of the symphony:
The symphony consists of 4 movements and is from the early/mid 1970′s era. Scored for an orchestra with a guitar section in perhaps 1 or more of the movements. The movements have titles (The Overture, The Mountain, The City, The Journey; perhaps), but the order is long lost. There is a great deal of repetition, octave, and unison doubling in one or more of the movements with not much in the way of variation or melody. The overture is believed to have jazz chord voicings having been derived from small arrangement for ensemble. One of the movements is pentatonic throughout and may be for a solo piano in its entirety. The last movement possibly contains quotations from the previous movements. It may be specified as a duration of 45 minutes for the total work and is perhaps Work no. 1. The work is programmatic: of 3 individuals who decide upon taking out, on a quest, upon hearing about “masters of light and wisdom” and improbable events somewhere in the Panamint mountain range that surrounds and overlooks Death Valley, California.
Symphony No. 4, Work No. Unknown (1982)
This polytonal symphony is in 2 movements; 1 – Largo (meno mosso) 2 – Allegro e Agressivamente. Scored for a chamber orchestra of 1 flute, 2 oboes, 1 clarinet, 1 bassoon, 1 trumpet, 3 gongs, 1 cymbal, 1 tympani, violins, viola, cello, bass. The autograph score states that the symphony required about 6 years to compose and that the work number might be available by contacting the Martha Baird Rockefeller Fund. The first movement contains drones, repeated sections, and meter changes. The second movement consists of repeated sections, meter changes, key changes, and is in sonata form.