Vocal Score part from Information Highway

page one of the Vocal Score part from Information Highway
This music has been transposed from the original key.

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Full details

’Information Highway’, comes from the song cycle, ’Retro 2000’, and relates to the important part the development of computer technology played in the twentieth century.

’Retro 2000’, can be produced as a musical. There is a script which takes the form of a game show where a variety of celebrities are asked to assess some of the significant events of the twentieth century and decided whether they were progressive or regressive in nature. The audience also get involved and their opinions are canvassed via two cards which they hold up to signify their opinion on each of the events. Should we remember them and keep them in our Conscious mind (C card) or are they best forgotten, stored in our Unconscious mind (U card).

Lots of humour but serious issues are considered and the show is quite thought provoking. For more info email:- tonykent209@btinternet.com


Composer
Duration
5 minutes
Genre
Other
Licensing

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Cover art for Vocal Score part from Information Highway