pipes of Pan


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pipes of Pan

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(Instruments) another term for panpipes
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The movement titles are as follows: "In traveling great rivers ...," "The Pipes of Pan," "The Song of the North," "Joys Come," "I Am Not Alone," and "What one finally becomes ..." The work was premiered by Hill and his University of Wisconsin-Madison colleagues at "Ecotones: A Musical Ecology of Wisconsin," a special concert on April 20, 2010, celebrating the 40th Earth Day and the 40th anniversary of the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies.
During their act a small girl was brought on stage and she sang 'The Pipes of Pan'.
It was written by Lionel Monckton and Howard Talbot, with lyrics by Arthur Wimperis, and features a number of well-known songs including The Pipes of Pan, All Down Piccadilly and The Girl with the Brogue.