Last fall I did my student teaching at a school where the head of the Math Department was from The Hague. She left there years ago.
I can tell that this was done in a Notation program. It is so difficult to get a decent drum roll out of notation prgrams. It seems like you just get stuck with machine guns all of the time. That is the main reason I switched to Sonar.
This is structured well and has enough change to keep it interesting.
I really like the theme that starts about half way thru.
"Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one." Albert Einstein
I listen with continued interest... and especially enjoyed the
more adventuresome, chaotic material, followed by the
almost light-hearted, dance-like segments and their
subsequent guises and developments. Well balanced, the
way this returns to initial statements so vigorously at the
Thank you all folks. David, I amended the second part just a bit. Now after those light-hearted dance like stuff I repeat the initial theme for a while to end with a blast (the same) in chaos. I will upload this as soon as I have finished the following parts.
And now I know why those famous guys only wrote 9 or 10 symphonies.... it takes all brain power and I sleep, dream, eat, drink themes, moods and orchestration....