Soup Theory for cello and percussion

$11.00

The Miller-Urey experiment of 1953 tested the possibility of life on Earth as resulting from reactions between the chemicals present in the ancient atmosphere. This composition transforms these implications into music.

The name stems from the theorized atmospheric conditions producing life, called “Primordial Soup.”

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Title:
Soup Theory
Composer:
D. Ward Francis
Tempo/Style:
Lento, Allegro
Length:
8 minutes to 9 minutes
Parts:
3 parts
Difficulty:
Advanced
Instruments:
1 Cello
1 Percussion (gong, woodblock, spoon, crash cymbal, splash cymbal)
1 Marimba

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