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Full Orchestra: Piccolo, E Flat Flute, Flute, Oboe, English Horn, E Flat Clarinet, B Flat Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, B Flat Bass Clarinet, Bassoon, Trumpets 1-3, Horns 1-2, Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Baritone, Bass, Concert Bass Drum, Anvil, Snare Drum, Wood blocks, Timpani, Trombone 1-2, Violoncello 1-2, Tube 1-2, Contrabass
As I have mentioned before inspiration can come from any aspect of life from within and from what surrounds us. Recent current events have served as the impetus for creativity for me. Last week I was so overwhelmed with emotion, sadness, courage, and inspiration to compose the piece Procession in D Minor (for Full Orchestra and SATBB Choir) and Procession in Minor (for Wind Ensemble and SATBB Choir). It is deep, profound, and filled with a mixture of the emotions I was feeling during my writing of the piece. There is an undertone of sadness yet its build in processional style is indicative of courage to overcome adversity, to face challenges, and to honor those who have been taken away from us.
This cinematic song builds dramatically with each instrumental layer added throughout the song's journey for a cinematic climactic ending. The first layer begins with percussion. The second layer consists of violins, violas, and bass instruments. Third layer adds trumpets and horns 1, 2, 3. Fourth layer adds choir singing epic ahs. Fifth layer adds woodwinds and violins with new melody motif. Sixh layer adds haunting orchestral tubular chimes. Seventh layer adds secondary melodic motif in counterpoint to first melody. Eighth layer adds trumpets, horns, and choir singing/playing 3rd melodic motif in counterpoint to the first and second melodic motifs taking piece for a climactic end.
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