Earth's Global Warming/Cooling Cycles?

Year of composition
Trevor Kirby-Smith
Difficult (Grades 7+)
5 minutes
Rock and Pop Music
Large mixed ensemble
Instrumental parts
Not available

The global warming debate continues to grab Media attention and through Al Gore's "An Inconvenient Truth" and TV documentaries (e.g. "The Great Global Warming Swindle" recently shown of UK CH4 TV) experts in climatology have offered varying opinions concerning the causes of climate change. I find the scientific debate fascinating and gradually ideas for a Rock song began to form in my mind. As well as lyrics, a few short paragraphs concerning some of the factors on global warming and cooling appear at pertinent locations in the score. Play the mp3 for correct rendition, and enjoy. If this subject interests you, here are some web-sites to visit: The least we can all do individually is make an effort to be as "green" as possible. The rest is up to the world leaders, Kyoto and IPCC to sort out now…which eventually (surprise! surprise!) can only be actioned by the world population at large. Its up to us!

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