Trumpet in B^b part from Aurora for Trumpet and Piano

page one of the Trumpet in B^b part from Aurora for Trumpet and Piano

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Full details

Aurora is a piece of programmatic music which tells the story of a journey through the Highlands of Scotland to see the mysterious, yet beautiful Northern Lights. The piece starts with thought of Aurora as being a powerful and dominant force over mankind – something to be feared by people in ancient times! We then begin our journey through the Highlands of Scotland filled with excitement, yet there is still an air of mystery in the back of our mind about these lights. On our arrival the beauty of the lights comes through in a very lyrical melodic section, yet the work ends with an edge of mystery which has surrounded these lights since the dawn of mankind.


Composer
Duration
6 minutes
Genre
Other and Modern classical music
Licensing

For anything not permitted by the above licence then you should contact the publisher first to obtain permission.

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