Doctoral Music Composition: “The Lost Tales” Film Music of Symphony Orchestra
Doctoral Music Composition: “The Lost Tales” Film Music for Symphony Orchestra is a series of music composition created as a film music. Techniques used in the piece include classical music, contemporary music, and popular music techniques. “The Lost Tales” Film Music for Symphony Orchestra comprises 9 episodic movements of music. Each movement represents different events, places, times, and characters. Themes are used in more than one piece with different orchestrations, arrangements, tempos, keys or the present of rhythm section within the symphony orchestra depending on the moods of each scene in the film. The duration of Doctoral Music Composition: “The Lost Tales” Film Music for Symphony Orchestra is approximately 50 minutes.
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