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The piece begins with a low chromatic rumble that inches up and down methodically, like earthworms readying the soil for a new grave. Those rumblings were answered by ghostly high winds, then a muted trumpet issuing a desolate call. Eventually a pulse asserts itself, and the music assumes a heavy, forward-schlepping motion. Over the course of the 12-minute work, there are radiant brass chorales, luscious strings and a consoling melody intoned by single oboe, then a flute. But at every turn, the earthworm motif awaits, tunneling its way through sections of the orchestra.

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