“Sirens of Hope” – Completed

In case anyone’s been wondering where I’ve been, I’ve been working on putting together the full accompaniment score to my musical, beginning with the opening number, “Sirens of Hope.” I posted a portion of it a week or so ago, and here it is, a finished product. The tenor line replicates the solos of Winston Greene, the main character, and the Three Girls who sing back-up are referenced in the siren-like string sounds throughout. Hope you like my work.

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10 Comments

  1. zita666479 says:

    Very catchy, I think the music might be stuck in my head on repeat for a good portion of my day

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    1. A.P. says:

      Thanks, Zita! It’s definitely stuck in MY head – I’ve been on this thing for about a week now . ..

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      1. zita666479 says:

        You did a fantastic job on this piece

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      2. A.P. says:

        Thanks :)

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  2. Bryan Wagner says:

    I like this, there is something solid about the theme that sticks!

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    1. A.P. says:

      Thanks, Bryan!

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  3. ashleyleia says:

    It sounds great!

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    1. A.P. says:

      Thanks, Ashley!

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  4. Ken Dowell says:

    Sounds good. Oddly it reminds me of the theme from “The Magnificent Seven.”

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    1. A.P. says:

      I had to go back & give it a listen, but I can see a similarity. Thanks, Ken.

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