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The Second Storm (Ivan)

By Robert W. Smith

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Orchestra - Grade 2.5
Composed by Robert W. Smith. Full Orchestra. Belwin Intermediate Full/String Orchestra. Earth Day; Spring. Conductor Score & Parts. 122 pages. Duration 2:09. Published by Belwin Music (AP.BFOM05008).

Item Number: AP.BFOM05008

Inspired by the devastating hurricane season during the summer of 2004, the subtitle of this work is "Ivan." The Second Storm begins with a calm melodic introduction "Before the Storm" and, as the fury of Mother Nature is unleashed, the work develops using strong unison impacts with driving rhythmic figures to capture the intensity of the event in sound. Your intermediate orchestra will sound bold. A big sound is guaranteed. (2:09)
List/syllabus: TX UIL PML: Orch, Strings, Guitar
Concert/Contest; Festival.

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  • 5

    Location:
    Walnut, CA
  • April 13, 2007 The Second Storm

    We played this song for our Carnagie Hall performance. It was the easiest of our songs, but it was beautiful. It gives you chills.

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  • 5

    Location:
    San Diego, CA
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • March 25, 2007 This song "The Second Storm" was amazing

    This Song "The Second Storm" was amazing and it felt like an actual storm was about to take place. It felt like a movie, with the great sound. I love this song. I played this song a few months ago with the full orchestra including some percussion and it sounded...

    great. This song would be great for intermediate orchestras.

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  • 5

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    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • June 06, 2006 The second storm

    amazing for the level of difficulty. i preformed it (cello) and it sounded beautiful with a full orchestra. i would reccomend it to youth symphonies and soloists around 6 or 7th grade.

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