Flute 1 Trombone 1
Flute 2 / Piccolo Trombone 2
Oboe 1 Bass Trombone
Oboe 2  Tuba
Clarinet in Bb 1  
Clarinet in Bb 2  Timpani
Bassoon 1 Percussion I/II/III
Bassoon 2  Bass Drum 
  Mark-Tree, Sus. Cymbal, Triangle, Piatti
F Horn 1 Cowbell, Slide Whistle, Glockenspiel
F Horn 2  
F Horn 3  Harp
F Horn 4  
Bb Trumpet 1 Violin I
Bb Trumpet 2 Violin II

Duration: ~6:00

Leroy Anderson's approach to his compositions has always been a significant source of inspiration for me. Despite being short and concise, his music is imbued with wit, emotion, and joy. Reflecting on it now, it is truly remarkable to see the profound impact he had on the worlds of film and Broadway music, and how groundbreaking his approach was at that time. While I wouldn't attribute "The Old Anew" solely to him, his influence undeniably shaped the final sound of this piece. content is not displayed due to your current cookie settings. Click on the cookie policy (functional and marketing) to agree to the cookie policy and view the content. You can find out more about this in the privacy policy.