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Five Frames for Redemption

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Michael Standard

Michael Standard

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General Info

Duration: c. 9:55
Difficulty: (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Unknown
Cost: Score and Parts - Unknown


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Program Notes

As I began writing this piece, I thought about the concept of redemption, and began to plan the work's narrative with this in mind. Being "redeemed" is the end result of acquiring, or being given, a state of righteousness after previously losing trust, standing, or credibility. Redemption is a concept that is present in much of literature, mythology, and spiritual practice. However, it is rarely referred to explicitly in daily life.

This work encompasses five sections: Chasms, Steps Ahead, Trials, Ashes, and Vistas. Each section deals with redemption.

- Program Note by composer


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