996 (Vocal and Double-Viola String Quartet Version)

Musical setting of the untitled Emily Dickinson poem referred to as “996” in “The Poems of Emily Dickinson” [Belknap Harvard]. Inspired by watching a beautiful orange sunset over orange-leafed trees while atop Mount Auburn’s Washington Tower. Originally commissioned by the Friends of Mount Auburn as part of Mary’s two-year composer residency at Mount Auburn Cemetery.

( Please note: This arrangement is for double-viola string quartet [violin, viola I, viola II, cello], not standard string quartet [violin I, violin II, viola, cello]. If you would like obtain a standard string quartet arrangement for this piece, please email Mary. )


( Album cover art by: Bree Harvey of Mount Auburn Cemetery )


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