I am thrilled to be able to share this video with you! Our La Verne Symphony Orchestra successfully performed this masterpiece by Viennese composer Franz Schubert at our “Music of the Romantics” concert. We’re looking forward to the spring when we’ll study Shostakovitch’s “Piano Concerto No. 2” with Caelin Eager as our soloist. Please visit our LVSO page (https://daniellerosariaviolinist.com/lvso/) if you are interested in joining us or attending our concerts.
I am very excited to show you phase one of the second part of my symphony. This part is much longer than part I, 31:31 as opposed to the 8 or so minutes of the first part. That’s because I had a lot of the story to tell in this second part. The movements are as follows:
1)The Quest For Good
2)The Glory of Logres
3) The Holy Grail, “Agnus Dei” by William Byrd
4) Tryptich: 4a. Guinevere Goes A’Maying 4b. Lancelot Rescues Guinevere 4c. Arthur’s Lament
5)The Final Battle
6)Requiem For Arthur, The Once And Future King
7) Return To Chaos
In the file on SoundCloud, I’ve clearly labeled each movement so you know what part of the story the music is telling. I hope you enjoy listening! I am looking forward to creating the completed orchestral version.