Consortium - Grade 3 Concert Band - Rusted Moon
This consortium is for a new grade 3 concert band piece (working title: Rusted Moon) written by Cory Brodack, organized by Clayton High School in Clayton, Missouri. The inspiration and themes of this work were decided by the musicians in the incoming 9th grade Clayton concert band, through a survey and discussion with the performers and director about what they would like to see in a new work. As the details of the consortium are discovered and decided, this form along with any other consortium materials will be updated, and sent out in an email to all existing consortium members.

The students in the Clayton concert band overwhelmingly wanted a faster, fanfare and dance-type work, with an angrier and grittier feel than what they've played in the past. Sophie Browning-Brodack and I were very excited at this prospect, as there aren't too many truly angry sounding pieces for a lower grade level. There is also a large number of students that love rock and jazz music, which the work will attempt to include some elements of.

The consortium will be open until September 15th, 2023. The buy-in for the consortium will be set at $75 for all middle school programs, and $100 for all other programs and ensembles. Score and Parts will be deliverable as PDF to all members by October 15th, 2023, with the option to contact the composer separately if hard copies of the score and parts are needed.

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Learn more about Cory Brodack at
For any additional questions, feel free to email Cory at his email:

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