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The Last Opportunity - 400 Followers


Uploaded on Jun 1, 2017

Thanks so much for 400 followers! This is the first thing that I have personally composed for an orchestra. This was done in one night taking about six hours for a school project. I don't really know a whole lot about what I was doing so feel free to leave some constructive criticism. I plan on eventually revisiting and revising this when I am more experienced. HEADPHONES RECCOMENDED. (The beginning is too quiet...one of the things I plan on fixing.)

As a side note, school is out for the summer. I haven't really been posting much because of life being busy. That's why I'm surprised to gain a hundred followers without doing anything! I should now be able to post more frequently. Please tell me if you have any requests. Also please let me know if you would like to finish any of my W.I.P. scores. I'll give you the resources you need.

Soundfonts used:
General User GS
SGM 2.0
woodwinds.sf2
2Trumpets.sf2
cymbalrolls.sf2

400 followers cinematic original composition orchestra The Last Opportunity epic

Pages 5
Duration 01:35
Measures 44
Key signature 1 flat
Parts 44
Part names Flute(2), Piano(6), Clarinet(3), Harpsichord, French Horn(6), Trumpet(3), Trombone(3), Tuba(2), Timpani, Percussion(11), Harp, Strings(5)
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Can you do a version of the bob-omb battlefield theme from SM64? I can't find any good arrangements of that piece on musescore.
I can try to do a version with a larger band, but this one here beats me for accuracy: https://musescore.com/user/17566391/scores/3992061
What instrumentation are you looking for? If you want something like a jazz band I would recommend this one: https://musescore.com/user/75152/scores/2436416
"This is the first thing that I have personally composed for an orchestra. This was done in one night taking about six hours for a school project." I've been writing orchestra music for months, and it takes me about six hours to write a c major scale.
Leaving the score as non-transposing for ease of reading.

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