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This work was inspired by a knife I have, called 'Rohan'. The idea of writing a work with the subject of War, however, only came later. I asked a friend, Laura Kirsten, to write me a text with the subject of war. She did, and then I wrote the music. The text is in Afrikaans. A translation, into English, is underway. The work is not based on a specific war but rather on the universal meaning of the word. In its essence an unnamed Soldier tells his tale, and a chorus reflects on the subject. The orchestra is also a 'character' that tells a tale sometimes of Happyness and sometimes of Sorrow. There is also a war between rhythm and beats throughout the work.
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