The Scene of the Himalayas and Mount Everest

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A distance view of the highest mountains in the world which are located in the boundaries of China and Nepal. This piece makes the audience thinking that they are on the flying helicopter, looking downwards, which is a white piece of land with some "fat silver swords" on the land. In the last minute (last two pages of the score), the climbers are trying their best to explore the himilayas and arrive the highest position, shouting with joy (The flugelhorn in the last high A), with some echoes, symbolises success.

(This is only an excerpt of the score, the full length of the piece should be 16 minutes.) (Ask me if you want the score.)

Score ID
Year of composition
Difficult (Grades 7+)
6 minutes
Modern classical music

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