The final movement of "The Darklands Symphony"wraps the work up in a very gripping way, musically depicting a daring escape from the castle DarkHeart. Its dark, brooding nature is portrayed by the driving
Rising out of a misty, impressionistic sound environment, the chant-like melody of this original work first appears in flutes and trumpets. As the piece progresses, the slow-tempo opening is suddenly
Eerie and macabre, the music recreates the time of night when dark forces appear, gathering together for a night of celebration and mischief. Four sections are introduced by the ringing of bells, much like
This vividly imaginative work transcends the zombie genre. Extremely well-written, it can be used as a serious concert/festival work. Or, emphasize the horror elements and encourage your students to dream
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