Planet Of Lost Souls from "Planet Suite" (Orchestra)

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In "Planet Of Lost Souls" from "Planet Suite" I have attempted to portray the quality of great despair and total hopelessness. The cry of this realisation comes very early in the piece, and, continuesto the long final chord, a cry of forlorness.

I have used some basic midi inputs for further effect :- more vibratto in clarinet part; and, in the crescendo diminuendo of the final chord.

Score ID
Year of composition
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
6 minutes
Modern classical music
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