Running, Searching (for Orchestra)

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Full details

Full Orchestra: Flutes 1-2, Oboe 1-2, Clarinet 1-2, Bassoon 1-2, Trumpet 1-2, Horn 1-2, Trombone 1-2, Timpani, Tom-Tom, Concert Bass Drum, Cymbal, Wood Blocks, Xylophone, Piano, Organ with Pedals, Harp, Violin 1-2, Viola 1-2, Violoncello 1-2, Contrabass 1-2

This song musically expresses what the title states. It is well suited in teaching students how action underscore with a chase, running, or searching scene work. Likewise, this piece can be used as an underscore for such scenes. The score has the timer marking used when composing for film. The timer adjusts to the tempo. Because timing is of the essence in film scoring, theses markers are helpful to the composer in adjusting tempo as needed and for overall ending time.

This piece is on the upcoming neoclassical and cinematic album entitled Pathos. Pathos is a collection of emotional and passionate neoclassical and cinematic songs from orchestral, string ensemble to piano solos and piano ensemble music composed and produced by Tito Abeleda. This is a preview of the upcoming music album scheduled for official release on November 29, 2019 Black Friday. Be a part of Tito's 23,500 followers on Spotify and follow him at The album will be delivered to you on the day of release. Pre-save album links - Buy now with Bonus Sheet Music on BandCamp - Pre-order on Google Play - Pre-order on Apple Music - Pre-order on Amazon Music -

Album song list: Pathos (for String Sextet) The New World Power Tempus Fugit (for Piano) Running, Searching (for Piano) Jingyi Procession in D Minor (for Four Pianos and Eight Hands) Running, Searching (for Orchestra) Forged in Fire Missing You (for Piano)

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Score ID
Year of composition
Difficult (Grades 7+)
3 minutes
Modern classical music

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