Yesterday’s Tomorrows

Ben Snoek, op. 86
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Written to honor the 10th anniversary of the September 11th attacks, this piece is a fantasy based on Brahms' "Lullaby," and is dedicated to the families affected and the memory of those lost. This piece was also inspired by the notion of not being there for your children when you're gone; what would happen? What happens yesterday will affect today, so make it last.

The piece begins with each section sharing the melody, individually with minor backgrounds. The work slowly fades into an aggressive theme, using triplet rhythms in the lower strings and partly in the upper strings. The work suddenly ends, and the the work draws to a quiet end. A truly spectacular arrangement with a special meaning!

Score ID
Ben Snoek, op. 86
Year of composition
Easy (Grades 1-3)
2 minutes
String orchestra
Modern classical music
Instrumental parts

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