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Amanda Lee Falkenberg|Amanda Lee Falkenberg: The Moons Symphony

Amanda Lee Falkenberg: The Moons Symphony

Amanda Lee Falkenberg & London Voices

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Amanda Lee Falkenberg has composed a dynamic new work that merges music and science. The seven-movement symphony dramatizes past, present and future moon explorations, and highlights discoveries that have been made in our search for other worlds that could possibly sustain life.

Through seven exhilarating movements, concertgoers will experience a stunning space adventure that focuses on the stories of these fascinating moons. But what uniquely defines this symphony is its planetary core message which culminates in the seventh movement, dedicated to Earth-Moon. This final movement offers a discovery of a different kind and provides a unique opportunity to view our planet united and whole, from the surface of the Moon, a breathtaking, life-changing experience referred to as "the overview effect". The impact of such a privileged sight has inspired a call to action from Astronauts and as a result, has propelled them to share this profound perspective shift with all of us here on Earth.

Through the persuasive and powerful forces of music, the symphony offers Earthlings a chance to contemplate who and where we are in the universe. In forty two minutes they will be taken on an emotional journey, marveling at the wonders of these moons, the beauty of our planet, and possibly even experience their own perspective shift as crew-mates aboard this spaceship we cruise, Earth. This is the story of The Moons Symphony. © Signum Records

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1
The Moons Symphony: I. Io Celestial Tug of War
London Symphony Orchestra
00:08:24

London Voices, Ensemble - London Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Ben Parry, Conductor - Marin Alsop, Conductor, MainArtist - Amanda Lee Falkenberg, Composer, MusicPublisher

(C) 2022 Signum Classics (P) 2022 Signum Records

2
The Moons Symphony: II. Europa is There an Ocean
London Symphony Orchestra
00:05:50

London Voices, Ensemble - London Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Ben Parry, Conductor - Marin Alsop, Conductor, MainArtist - Amanda Lee Falkenberg, Composer, MusicPublisher

(C) 2022 Signum Classics (P) 2022 Signum Records

3
The Moons Symphony: III. Titan Equatorial Dunes and Methane Monsoons
London Symphony Orchestra
00:06:12

London Voices, Ensemble - London Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Ben Parry, Conductor - Marin Alsop, Conductor, MainArtist - Amanda Lee Falkenberg, Composer, MusicPublisher

(C) 2022 Signum Classics (P) 2022 Signum Records

4
The Moons Symphony: IV. Enceladus Rows and Rows of Gigantic Geysers
London Symphony Orchestra
00:05:47

London Voices, Ensemble - London Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Ben Parry, Conductor - Marin Alsop, Conductor, MainArtist - Amanda Lee Falkenberg, Composer, MusicPublisher

(C) 2022 Signum Classics (P) 2022 Signum Records

5
The Moons Symphony: V. Miranda Monolithic Cliff
London Symphony Orchestra
00:04:23

London Voices, Ensemble - London Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Ben Parry, Conductor - Marin Alsop, Conductor, MainArtist - Amanda Lee Falkenberg, Composer, MusicPublisher

(C) 2022 Signum Classics (P) 2022 Signum Records

6
The Moons Symphony: VI. Ganymede Magnetic Forces and Colossal Discoveries
London Symphony Orchestra
00:05:43

London Voices, Ensemble - London Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Ben Parry, Conductor - Marin Alsop, Conductor, MainArtist - Amanda Lee Falkenberg, Composer, MusicPublisher

(C) 2022 Signum Classics (P) 2022 Signum Records

7
The Moons Symphony: VII. Earth Moon Earthrise - The Overview
London Symphony Orchestra
00:05:44

London Voices, Ensemble - London Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Ben Parry, Conductor - Marin Alsop, Conductor, MainArtist - Amanda Lee Falkenberg, Composer, MusicPublisher - Daniel Koek, MainArtist - Leo Jemison, MainArtist

(C) 2022 Signum Classics (P) 2022 Signum Records

8
Suite Bergamasque, L. 75: III. Claire de Lune
Amanda Lee Falkenberg
00:04:42

Claude Debussy, Composer - London Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Ben Parry, Conductor - Marin Alsop, Conductor - Amanda Lee Falkenberg, MainArtist, MusicPublisher

(C) 2022 Signum Classics (P) 2022 Signum Records

9
Reflections on Symphonic Space Flight
Nicole Stott
00:01:36

London Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Ben Parry, Conductor - Marin Alsop, Conductor - Amanda Lee Falkenberg, Composer, MusicPublisher - Nicole Stott, MainArtist

(C) 2022 Signum Classics (P) 2022 Signum Records

Album Description

Amanda Lee Falkenberg has composed a dynamic new work that merges music and science. The seven-movement symphony dramatizes past, present and future moon explorations, and highlights discoveries that have been made in our search for other worlds that could possibly sustain life.

Through seven exhilarating movements, concertgoers will experience a stunning space adventure that focuses on the stories of these fascinating moons. But what uniquely defines this symphony is its planetary core message which culminates in the seventh movement, dedicated to Earth-Moon. This final movement offers a discovery of a different kind and provides a unique opportunity to view our planet united and whole, from the surface of the Moon, a breathtaking, life-changing experience referred to as "the overview effect". The impact of such a privileged sight has inspired a call to action from Astronauts and as a result, has propelled them to share this profound perspective shift with all of us here on Earth.

Through the persuasive and powerful forces of music, the symphony offers Earthlings a chance to contemplate who and where we are in the universe. In forty two minutes they will be taken on an emotional journey, marveling at the wonders of these moons, the beauty of our planet, and possibly even experience their own perspective shift as crew-mates aboard this spaceship we cruise, Earth. This is the story of The Moons Symphony. © Signum Records

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