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Tuesday, 27 January 2015
LANDING ON VEGA - Free Music by Francesco Zanellato - The soundtrack of "Evolution: the future"
You can download the music for free at:
The music is inspired by “Evolution: the future”, a book by Marco Santini and the relevant video by Lilia Morales y Mori. You can watch the video here:
The music consists of a simple monothematic piece, to be listened while watching at the video:
Ethereal beginning, harp glissando as a transition to the piano accompaniment.
Two snares ensemble parts, for “generation of Adamo” and “funeral rites” of Martin.
The chorus is the community.
Final mysterious part, with abrupt end, to create suspence: want more?
Read Marco Santini’s free books: “The Alpha Centaury Project” and “Evolution: the future”.
“Evolution: the future” is available for free download at:
THE MAKING OF “LANDING ON VEGA”
I got the idea for the title, when I received an e-mail from a collaegue of mine, with subject “Arrival on Vega”, so I came up with “Vega 31″, a mining offshore platform on a remote planet.
The cover of “Landing on Vega” is made with Blender, an open-source 3D animation software.
THE SCORE – FREE SHEET MUSIC!
The orchestral score of “Landing on Vega” is available for free at:
(you will need to install the Scorch plugin to be able to view and print the score)
If you like this soundtrack, also check “THE BATTLE OF NEW HOPE“, with score at: