Oboe part from Aurora Australis (juvenilia, piano + large wind ensemble)

Duration
5 minutes
Genre
Modern classical music

Entry in the JongNBE "On the way to the New Year’s Concert" composition competition 2007 for people under 18. This year’s theme was "Night", and as such I chose the subject "Aurora Australis", better known as the Southern Lights. The fast outer sections represent the wonder of the continuous collision of particles in the Earth’s athmosphere, the slow mid-section represents the wonderment it creates.

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