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The Three Musketeers

Year of composition
Difficult (Grades 7+)
5 minutes
Classical music

This was my first attempt at writing film music as part of my A Level. The story line begins with the camera showing an imposing chateau eventually focusing on a notice reading "Public Execution: 8:30am". From then on the music reflects the action as the camera cuts between the prisoner, the evil Viscomte and of course the musketeers. Needless to say the prisoner is rescued followed by a chase sequence before finally cutting back to the ruined chateau and the Viscomte massing troops, at which point the camera fades out.

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