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Third Movement: Where Do I Belong, Aquila (Conclusion)

9 Replies to “ Third Movement: Where Do I Belong, Aquila (Conclusion) ”

  1. Vujas says:
    Third Movement: Where Do I Belong, Aquila (Conclusion) Credits Producer – Patrick Campbell-Lyons.
  2. Meztile says:
    The third movement is what we have been anticipating right from the start, and is for me one of the most delightful pieces of music in my collection. There are two distinct sections, "Where do I belong" and "Aquila (conclusion)". "Where do I belong" is an uplifting, emotional ballad with sensitive lyrics which prolong the bird of prey analogy.
  3. Malanos says:
    First Movement: Aquila (Introduction), Flight Of The Golden Bird: 6: Second Movement: Cloud Circle, The Hunter, The Kill: 7: Third Movement: Where Do I Belong, Aquila (Conclusion) Credits Bass [Fender], Piano – Phil Childs; Drums, Timpani, Percussion [Various].
  4. Ferr says:
    Third movement - Where do I belong, Aquila (Conclusion) () Ralph Denyer - vocals, electric & acoustic guitars Phil Childs - Fender bass, piano George Lee - flute, alto, soprano, tenor & baritone saxes.
  5. Kesar says:
    There are two distinct sections, "Where do I belong" and "Aquila (conclusion)". "Where do I belong" is an uplifting, emotional ballad with sensitive lyrics which prolong the bird of prey analogy in a personal context.
  6. Mikaran says:
    Jan 01,  · The third movement consists of Where Do I Belong and Aquila (Conclusion). Where Do I Belong, as the name suggests is a reflective piece of music that is contrasting to The Kill. The music is somewhat subdued though the music is drenched in a wave after wave of organ and sax chords, though these never reach a level conducive to one thinking of a.
  7. Voodook says:
    There are two distinct sections, "Where do I belong" and "Aquila (conclusion)". "Where do I belong" is an uplifting, emotional ballad with sensitive lyrics which prolong the bird of prey analogy in a personal context. Here the organ is swirling and ever present, while saxes carry the main theme coming to the fore for the almost smooth solo section. During the solo, the Hammond is all the while raising /5(2).
  8. Mataur says:
    First Movement: Aquila (Introduction), Flight Of The Golden Bird: B2: Second Movement: Cloud Circle, The Hunter, The Kill: B3: Third Movement: Where Do I Belong, Aquila (Conclusion) Companies, etc. Printed By – Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd. Credits Artwork By /5(24).
  9. Kaziktilar says:
    Third Movement: Where Do I Belong, Aquila (Conclusion) Credits Producer – Patrick Campbell-Lyons5/5(2).

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