Yellowstone for Violin and Orchestra
. . . full of the grandeur of the park . . . the music is unashamedly romantic, with soaring violin melodies . . . it would make a super score for some Spielberg cinematic blockbuster.

Inspired by countless rides through the Yellowstone backcountry, Jett Hitt's Yellowstone for Violin and Orchestra is destined to become a classic. It could have only been written by someone who lives Yellowstone, and Jett Hitt has ridden horseback through more than 1,200 miles of Yellowstone's 2.2 million acres. In the words of the Yellowstone Park historian, Dr. Lee Whittlesey, "It is Yellowstone." It was recorded in 2002 by Frantisek Novotny (violin), Kirk Trevor (conductor) and the Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra.

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Jett Hitt

Click on each of the following for the composer's commentary on each movement.

I. Yellowstone 20'29
II. Dunraven 11'37
III. Hoodoos 13'39

Total time: 45'46


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