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While walking around my neighborhood I came upon a fight between two boys each about eight years of age. As the fight broke out a man of about thirty years of age or so stepped between them saying "take it easy. Take it easy, guys." They resisted and fought on a moment or two more before the man was able to separate them for good. As the scene unfolded, I began to get this sort of mental sound image in my head and decided to try and write it down. This is my first attempt at such specifically programed music. What do you hear when you listen to it? (the scorch playback doesn't seem to be able to handle fp dynamics, so a little imagination is needed)
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