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Using original tropes notated in A. W. Binder's Biblical Chant for Esther and Ruth, Bond invented her own for Judith as the story comes from the apocrypha and not from the Torah. The stories of these three biblical women share a willingness to defy the conventions of their day to save their people
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Based on Hermann Hesse’s novel Narcissus and Goldmund, Equinox is set in the middle ages, the music evoking Gregorian chant.

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This ballet presents 7 solo piano pieces by Louis Moreau Gottschalk arranged for piano and orchestra by V. Bond.
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Rage is about the turbulent emotions of an abusive relationship. A pas de deux for two dancers, it is an impassioned cry against violence. It portrays a couple imprisoned in a vicious cycle of domination and abuse, first looking at the scene from the position of the perpetrator and then from the viewpoint of the abused, the music alternates between these two extremes.
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In keeping with the populist spirit of Sandburg's poem, Bond gives us a brief nostalgic journey through musical Americana.
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A Woman's Journey, portrays vignettes of ordinary scenes from a woman’s life. The musical structure is a theme and variations.
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Using Washington's words as the basis for the text and similar in format to the Lincoln Portrait, the music is based on actual fife and drum tunes from Washington's era.
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This work for narrator and large wind ensemble uses Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s own words in a dramatic script written by Dr. Myles Lee.
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Concerto for saxophone Quartet and Wind Ensemble

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Dedicated to the physicist Marie Curie, the work expresses aspects of radioactivity as they relate to music.
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Bridges by Victoria Bond began as a quartet for clarinet, bass clarinet, erhu and pipa, commissioned for Birds and Phoenix and premiered by John Yeh, Teresa Reilly, Yang Wei and Wang Guowei in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Watch the video below of Railroad Trestle Bridge. All four bridges are available on YouTube and are: Railroad Trestle Bridge in Galax, Virginia; Stone Bridge Over a Reflecting Pool in Suzhou, China; Golden Gate Bridge; Brooklyn Bridge

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Coquí is the common name for several species of small frogs found in Puerto Rico, onomatopoeically named for the loud sound the males make at night, sometimes reaching as high as 100 decibels!
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Based on the Chinese folksong Liu Yang River, a favorite of street musicians who often sang it accompanied by a drum.
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Inspired by John James Audubon Birds of America, the piece is an exploration of the sensation of flying, and is divided into four movements: I.Resisting Gravity; II.Floating;
III. The Caged Bird Dreams of the Jungle; IV.Flight.

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String orchestra arrangement of string quartet

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