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    Gabriel's Fanfare

    Legend tells it that God took displeasure on man's waring ways and sent an army of fiery sworded angels commanded by his Archangel Gabriel to earth. Their numbers were like the sands of the seas and one smite of an angels sword could vanquish an entire army. Just the light from their swords turned night into day and day into a blinding light. Man's armies fought bravely but within the time it takes a lamb to cry for it's mother all of man's armies were destroyed. Then Gabriel himself set them upon the kings and princes and all others who had made war upon each other.

    As quickly as it began it also ended and the people of the earth were then told by Gabriel to never make war upon each other again or God would destroy his creation.

    This is intended to be listened to at an extremely high volume.

    Gabriel's Fanfare


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    Re: Gabriel's Fanfare

    Highly dramatic and cinematic, Phil; but then,
    given the backdrop of the wrath of God and
    fire-sworded angels, well, I believe you've
    adequately captured the fanfare into a smitingly
    good rendition.

    My best,


    David
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    Re: Gabriel's Fanfare

    Phil,

    Very dramatic indeed...fitting for such a story of God's wrath. Even has a taste of Handel here and there

    Gary

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    Re: Gabriel's Fanfare

    Quote Originally Posted by etLux
    Highly dramatic and cinematic, Phil; but then,
    given the backdrop of the wrath of God and
    fire-sworded angels, well, I believe you've
    adequately captured the fanfare into a smitingly
    good rendition.

    My best,


    David
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    Thanks David.

    It might be a tad bombastic but I just couldn't help myself.

    This is something I came up with a long time ago and I added the modulation and a different arrangement of course.


    Phil

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    Re: Gabriel's Fanfare

    Quote Originally Posted by GaryBric
    Phil,

    Very dramatic indeed...fitting for such a story of God's wrath. Even has a taste of Handel here and there

    Gary

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    Thanks for posting Gary.

    Handel huh? I guess I got a Handel on it.

    Phil

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