Go outdoors and look at the early Spring growth on the tree branches. The new buds are so much greener, so much more flexible. And while it’s true that these buds are a bit more vulnerable when they’re young, they toughen up over time, enough to protect themselves from the elements. That's just one way nature renews itself, and that amazing cycle of growth applies to music too, with wonderful new compositions and amazing new recordings.
Serenade "Songs of the Night”: David Gillingham Cincinnati Wind Symphony, Eugene Corporon Spring Planting (Spiritual) from "Cane River Murals”:
Martin Ellerby Showa Wind Symphony, Shintaro Fukumoto The Last Spring: Edvard Grieg, trans. James Curnow Black Dyke Brass Band, James Watson Glenbury Grove: Julie Giroux TAD Wind Symphony, Takayoshi "Tad" Suzuki Peer Gynt Suite No. 1 Op. 46:
Edvard Grieg, trans. John Bell Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Wind Symphony, John Raymond Bell The Hounds of Spring: Alfred Reed Philharmonic Winds Osakan, Hirosi Hosina