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A hundred years since the birth of Sir Edmund, the Hillary Centenary Steering Committee, with funding support from Creative New Zealand, commissioned Roar Of A Thousand Tigers for the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra. The work takes its name from Sherpa Tenzing Norgay’s description to Sir Edmund Hillary of the violent, high altitude icy winds that buffet the uppermost slopes of Mount Everest, which they summited in 1953.
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