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Near the end of my undergraduate studies at UNH, I was given the opportunity to compose music for a play written by Tina Howe called "Museum", directed by Deborah Kinghorn. The music coincides with a dramatic pivotal moment in the play.
Beautiful! I've always really liked this one, because it is very focused and concise--there is a direct build from light complexity to a victorious climax, and then there is an incredibly tender second half. Great work with the orchestration and composition of this track.
The image of a child dazed in wonder at the sights of a seemingly gargantuan museum is what comes to mind. The beginning really really caught me. I kind of wish the flow of the start kept continuing throughout the piece, but I can't argue with this being set to something else. Nice work here!
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