page one of the Trombone 2 part from Denham 24 Zero 6

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Full details

Accompanying music to a short documentary film relating the procedures of flying small aircraft from the provincial airfield of Denham, Buckinghamshire, UK. Roy Bowley`s film, took second place in the Staines-on-Thames Film and Cine Society January 2010 Competition.

The opening credits depicts the arrival at the airfield and preliminary aircraft checks. The music continues after ten minutes of dialogue (not included here) showing the aircraft slowly taxiing, the take off, the flight showing ariel views of the surrounding countryside, the final approach and landing on runway 24 Zero 6, eventually becoming stationary on the parking lot, followed by the closing credits.

Please listen to demo using mp3 playback - NOT the Scorch audio.


Composer
Publisher
Duration
6 minutes
Genre
Modern classical music
Licensing

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