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This score is inspired by "Evolution: the future", a novel by Marco Santini and the relevant video by Lilia Morales y Mori
You can freely download the MP3, for personal non commercial use, at:
Very simple monothematic piece, to be listened while watching at the short video
Ethereal beginning (space images), harp glissando as a transition to the piano accompaniment.
Two snare ensemble parts, for the "generation of Adamo" and the "funeral rites" of Martin.
The chorus is the community.
The final part is mysterious, with an abrupt end, to create the suspence: if you want to know more, read Marco Santini’s free books:
"The Alpha Centaury project"
"Evolution: the future"
THE TITLE "LANDING ON VEGA"
I got the idea for the title when I received an e-mail from a collaegue of mine, with subject "Arrival on Vega". So I came with the idea of "Vega 31" a minimg offshore platform on a remote planet.
The cover is made with Blender, an open source 3D rendering software.
If you like this soundtrack, please also check my "The Battle of New Hope" (6-minute orchestral suite, on an ice planet called "New Hope"). Yo can freely view the score at
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