Red and Black (300 follower special!!!!!!!!!!!! :D)

For Symphony Orchestra


Uploaded on Apr 7, 2018

*UPDATE**********************
THANKS SO MUCH! HOW DID I GET 800 VIEWS IN 2 WEEKS!? :O
THANKS SO MUCH FOR ALL OF YOUR SUPPORT!
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Hello Everyone!
This is what took that entire month to do! And I how all that waiting will pay off!!!!
Thank you all for 300 followers! I want to express my deep apreciation to you all! From Ronald Karl and BarbossaThePianist (my first to followers) to RelecutantMuser (my 300th)

I would also like to give some shoutouts!

MozartForevor: He has commented on all of my compositions for more than a year! He is always very kind and encouraging! He posts some great classical styled songs so be sure to check out his channel.

Robin M. Butler: He composes Epic orchestral pieces. I've looked up to him as a role model for my orchestral pieces, both in chords and part complexity. When I listen to my songs, I look at the parts and how he uses different Instruments.

Elliot Butler: He is the older brother of Robin Butler. I've also looked up to him as a role model for my compositions. His expansive knowledge of theory has helped me on many occasions! When I compose my songs, I think: What would Elliot do?

Celthyan: One of the best composers in musescore. I look up to him as a great role model. His compositions are always dynamic and epic, with complex parts for every instrument.

Lizzapie: Lizzapie is a great Christian composer, who I believe will make it big one day. She is quite good at key changes and time signature changes, as well as part complexity and chord proggressions.

Aaron David: Another Epic Composer!

Pianocchio: Another Great composer! His music introduced me to Dorian Mode.

Also some shoutouts to:
Rebecca Y
and
Jackie Carson

for amazing improvement in their compositions over the past year!

On to my song now:
The song is describing a revolution. It starts with the unconquered soul of one who is oppressed, causing them to take a stand and overthrow the tyrrany. There are not key changes in this piece - i know i know. I was mainly trying to work on part complexity and using different styles in one song.

You might have recognized the famous lines from Le Miserables. I believe that rebellion was the model for my song.

Mvt I: 0:00-2:30
Mvt. II: 2:30-4:45
Mvt III: 4:45-6:15
Mvt IV: 6:15-8:10

Anyway, I hope you enjoy! Feedback is appreciative!

With Regards,
Micah Miller
(mnmwert)

mnmwert Red and Black 300 follower special

Pages 28
Duration 08:02
Measures 151
Key signature 6 flats
Parts 36
Part names Piccolo, Flute(2), Oboe(2), Clarinet(2), Bassoon(2), French Horn(2), Trumpet(2), Trombone(2), Tuba, Timpani, Percussion(4), Bass(3), Harp, Piano, Guitar, Synthesizer(2), Violin, Cello, Strings(5)
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