THE PASSING SUN - Orchestral, Space & Modern Dance

Genre/Style:
A four minute full orchestral work.

Creative Vision for the Track:
“Life … is a tale.Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, Signifying nothing.”
William Shakespeare, [ Macbeth ]
All that we do, yet the sun, for which we owe our existence, moves across our sky, on its journey through the heavens, unaware of our dramas, our lives, our existence.**

The clips of the Sun are real and from NASA’s The Solar Dynamics Observatory. The dance was choreographed by Edouard Lock and features Mistaya Hemingway.

Composition Details:
Time Sig: 4/4
Key: C
Tempo: 120 bpm

Main Instruments used:
• EastWest Platinum Symphonic Orchestra

A very majestic piece Charles! The music fit very well with the video (those shots of the sun really leave you in awe!) I think adding a deeper reverb to the mix would have really given everything more dimension and epicness, but that’s my taste. :grinning_face_with_smiling_eyes:

I try not to push too heavy on the reverb for fear of washing out orchestral detail, but in this case I think you could have a point. The vastness of space certainly suggest vast reverb.
Thanks Matt for taking the time to listen and for the kind comments.
Cheers,
Charlie :grinning: