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Opus 2 Galactic Encounters - Ballet Suite - Act 1 - Scene 8

Year of composition
2007
Lyricist
Trevor Kirby-Smith
Difficulty
Difficult (Grades 7+)
Duration
5 minutes
Genre
Modern classical music
Instrumentation
Orchestra
Instrumental parts
Not available

Act 1 - Scene 8. The Home World Orbiting Space Station Facility (HWOSSF). (5min 15sec) Maintenance and testing of Fighter Squadron engines and battle systems takes place on HWOSSF. Technicians are working busily as time is short. Star matter Engine cell tests emanate eerie murmers. Metallic sounds are heard. Alarm bell summons assembly of Forces and Squadrons! A war chant of �we shall defeat them!� is raising the spirits of the squadron personnel as they prepare to leave and set course for the tyrant Klistonal�s Home World. The roar of Star Matter engines under test suddenly rises above all other sounds! The most powerful Solar Battle Cruiser in the galaxy slowly moves into view to spearhead the advance to confront Klistonal, a bold surprise move! The captain and crew appear from the exhaust afterglow. They salute the King and Princess as the couple board the Battle Cruiser. Play the mp3 for correct rendition.

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