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"Home" - 100 followers Special!! -


Uploaded on Dec 2, 2017

"An adventurer returns to his hometown loaded with thrilling stories and is welcomed by all people. They gather around him and he begins to tell his stories of bravery and wonder, of dancing on royal balls, fighting against enemies and exploring the world around him!"

Thanks so much for all the support and for each single comment that I have recieved so far!! I can't believe that 100 people enjoy my music, thanks so much! The Layout is not perfect yet and maybe some dynamics are missing but I hope you like this one as well, I don't upload as much as I'd like to these days but Uni keeps me busy right now, so this piece means a lot to me cause it's been a while. Now enough of me.
Hope you enjoy and every comment is appreciated!
<3
P.S.: for some reason musescore can't handle the last chord in the last measure, so there are the violins missing strangely. Don't know if it's my computer or the program but I hope it's not gonna stick around..

home adventure orchestra soundtrack

Pages 25
Duration 5:23
Measures 172
Key signature 1 flat
Parts 18
Part names Piccolo
Flute
Oboe
Clarinet
Bassoon
French Horn
Trumpet
Trombone
Tuba
Timpani
Percussion (2)
Harp
Strings (5)
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Superb, clean orchestrations. I like how you allowed the themes to be passed between sections of the orchestra adding different colourings. Fantastic piece of work.

Fantastic score! It was a delightful surprise when you added a little comedy to the score beginning from bar 73.

So beautiful! Congratulations on 100 followers, Fabiola! You deserve so many more when you have such great music :D

The theme is very well expressed. I could understand the song even w/out the title. The chord structure is also very well built and helps provides this song the life you give it. Nice work!

This is an excellent piece! You communicate the story very well in the brave and dancing sections especially! Are you a composition student at uni? :)