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Ad Lucem

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General Info

Duration: c. 2:40
Difficulty: IV (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Manuscript
Cost: Score and Parts - Unknown


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Program Notes

Ad Lucem was commissioned for the Blackburn High School Symphonic Band performance at the Midwest Clinic 2017. “Ad Lucem Crescimus: Growing Towards the Light” is the Blackburn High School motto and the key sentiment of the school’s vision and values.

Light can be bright, shaded or dim. It can be blocked by objects seen or unseen. Light can cast shadows or eliminate them. Light can illuminate, make things visible ... Light sounds like it’s a good thing. However, sometimes we refer to light and we mean enlightenment. Sometimes light is a goal, an end-point, something to reach, to achieve. At times, in a person’s life we strive toward a goal, a light, sometimes seen, sometimes hidden but we pursue it because it’s the thing we seek. Ad Lucem takes us on a brief, energetic journey towards the light.

- Program Note from Blackburn High School Symphonic Band concert program, 20 December 2017


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