Instrumentation: Wind Ensemble
Nemean Lion comes from Greek mythology, specifically the first of Hercules twelve labors. There are many versions of this myth, but the too long didn’t read version says that the lion was sent to Nemea (which is situated in modern-day Corinthia), to terrorize the city. In one version of the myth, the Lion was sent to lure heroes to their doom, by using women as bait who would then turn into a lion when the hero would arrive at the lion's den. The lion was impervious to arrows due to its golden fur, but Hercules was eventually triumphant and was able to defeat the lion with his bare hands. This would be the first of 12 trials that Hercules would complete on his path to becoming immortal.
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