This grand piano solo was commissioned by the Wyoming Federation of Music Clubs. It is descriptive not only of the Rocky Mountains, but is also a tribute to majestic mountains everywhere. Opening with a peaceful introduction in 4/4 time, the sound quickly becomes expansive in its use of the a wide keyboard range and the melody played in octaves. Quickly played hand-over-hand arpeggios follow perhaps suggesting turbulent white-water streams. A contrasting “Reflective” middle section in 6/8 time suggests rest in the midst of the beautiful scenery. The A section returns before a flashy, alternating-hands chordal ending. A dramatic conclusion to any recital or festival.