Mostly Dancing Petroglyphs is a set of five dances with contrasting movements separating them. A brief fanfare (F) announces each of the dances. The movement between Dances IV and V is omitted on the recording. The unusual title is derived from viewing petroglyphs in the western United States. While viewing, they appeared as if they could start to dance any minute. Here is some music for them, but I don't know if they are dancing right now or not.
i. Dance I ( 0:00 )
ii. Enter the Jester (0:52)
iii. Dance II ( 2:02)
iv. Monk at Window (2:40)
v. Dance III (3:35)
vi. Salome's Ugly Sister (4:14)
vii. Dance IV (5:23)
viii. Dance V (6:12) Total Duration 7:38
Recorded: Lawrence University, Conservatory of Music, Appleton, Wisconsin, 2000, Written for and recorded by the Lawrence Conservatory Brass Quintet, Larry Darling, Recording Engineer.