Music, like April 22nd's Earth Day, transcends all national borders, spans all time zones, and brings together all of humanity in harmony for the preservation of our little "Blue Marble". And while universal consensus on the care and maintenance of our island home is the political struggle of our time, it is without doubt that since everyone is a passenger on Spaceship Earth, everyone is affected.
Let's explore the musical beauty of our Pale Blue Dot.
Prelude on a Hymn “For the Beauty of the Earth” James Curnow Black Dyke Brass Band,
James Curnow The Earth from The Planets by Trouvére Jun Nagaro Showa Wind Symphony,
Shintaro Fukumoto Journey to the Centre of the Earth Peter Graham Osaka Municipal Symphonic Band,
Kazuhiko Komatsu Earth Dance from New World Dances Martin Ellerby North Texas Wind Symphony,
Eugene Migliaro Corporon Earthscape David Marlatt Chicago Gargoyle Brass and Organ Ensemble,
Rodney Holmes Earthrise Nigel Clarke Middle Tennessee State Wind Ensemble,