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Elation was inspired by the works of various wind band composers such as Steven Reineke and Robert W. Smith. I wanted to write something similar which was as interesting and enjoyable both to play and listen to, as the music of those talented composers.

Following a slow introduction section, the piece begins in a joyful and upbeat tempo. There's a slower, more delicate passage in the middle of the piece, before returning to the more lively section again before the end of the piece.

Attached is an MP3 of the piece which has been synthesised with Kontakt Player. It's not a fantastic guide to how the piece should sound, however it is a little easier to hear the alto sax solos in the MP3.

Score ID
Year of composition
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
4 minutes
Concert band / wind band
Modern classical music

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