Mentoring Program

Opus 32 grades 6-8

Submitted By: Ellery Stahler
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In this song, you'll be taken on a journey, on which you'll hear many things. Throughout it, you may think to yourself, "This sound familiar," yes, yes it does. Many of the motifs are repeated multiple times, almost in a circle (hence the name) but each in their own new and even unexpected way, keeping you intrigued and wondering what you'll hear next.
Submitted By: Hunter Masson
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This piece signifies the journey of a titan who finds his way to his destiny.
Submitted By: Emily McNichols
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This piece is representing our country's politics in sort of theater music. The odd parts, the smooth parts, and the crazy parts of our politics are represented in sections of this piece. It is a contemporary duet for bassoon and oboe.
Submitted By: Cole Alexander
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This piece is intended to create a feeling of being lost at sea with little hope as your hope is replenished and you are rescued.
Submitted By: simon podd
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It's a sad song with very heavy stomp to create anticipation.
Submitted By: Nancy McNichols
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It begins with clouds and a rainstorm. There are two melodies in the violin and cello which get reused in the beginning and at the end. In the middle, there is a pizzicato section like the fall of rain drops.