University of North Florida Wind Symphony 
Dr. Erin Bodnar: conductor

Erin Bennett: piano
Brittany Fouche: soprano
Sunshine Simmons: clarinet 
Andrea Venet: percussion
Sarah Jane Young: flute



The title work of this most satisfying recording is by Holly Harrison…”prisma” represents color, “sonic” represents sound. Both elements are vividly displayed in this virtuosic percussion concerto. Home Away from Home (Catherine Likhuta) portrays the feelings of joy, sadness, reflection, and anticipation of moving to a new residence. Marie A. Douglas’s Concerto for Flute + Wind Ensemble is laden with the various sounds and genres of African diaspora and other Black folk music traditions. Black montuno by Ivette Herryman Rodriguez features solo clarinet with the sounds of Cuban riffs (montuno), Cuban jazz/pop and influenced by the Nueva Troya songs. And Whether Pigs Have Wings (Holly Harrison) is a delightful setting of The Walrus and the Carpenter nonsense poem of Lewis Carroll for soprano and wind ensemble. Special thanks to Dr. Erin Bodnar and The University of North Florida Wind Symphony for this solid recording.