The initial stimulus for Odyssey was a series of paintings, primarily done by painters from the Northwest United States. I had viewed these paintings over a period of about three years and some of them had a lasting impact on me. This piece reflects a vivid and inaccurate memory of some of those paintings. Movements 1 and 3 combine somewhat quirky observations of two paintings with loose interpretations of dance rhythms.
Odyssey by Jay Kennedy
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