Michael Kimbell’s Golden Gate Barcarolle is a tone poem, celebrating the name of the Golden Gate Symphony Orchestra, that paints a musical picture of the Golden Gate. Over a gentle, rhythmic ocean swell (hence the piece’s title), the music suggests fog and mist, rocks and cliffs, hills and clouds, the great bridge and the city lights beyond. Individual instruments and sections of the orchestra are showcased throughout.
24 October 2015 performance by the Golden Gate Symphony Orchestra:
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