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Starting with a march in 2006, I wrote the whole thing down (from measure 33) in a few months in 2008.
Ladies and gentlemen, we've won the war! Indeed the march may be interpreted as a parade, and the whole movement may be set before a war scenery. But that was not my intention.
The only part I really wanted to tell a story is part E (147-194), which shows the slave galley I used to see this opus. Ah, and the the end of course, with a death bell for it.
Ten years after the first notes the first symphony is finished. And according to the second (Mythos), it proved to me that good music is just written down, not constructed.
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