Palindrome had the first premiere by Mannes School of Music Orchestra on March 10th, 2017. Joseph Haydn’s Symphony No. 47 in G major, III movement was nicknamed The Palindrome. Palindrome, like the name itself, this piece has a backward point in the middle of the music. The first section keeps up a tranquil mood and then follows a rhythmical passage. This piece has inspiration from Gamelan music and Asian themes and is arranged for Fort Wayne Philharmonic Orchestra from the original piece.
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