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Sentiments
for Organ

Composer: Gay, Sandra

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Instrumentation: Organ
Duration: 9'
Composed: 2013
Published by: Zimbel Press

A four movement suite for manuals only highly suitable for recital or service use. The four parts of Sentimentsare designed to show the elements of a person’s emotional outlook as his situation gradually changes from unexpected sadness to joy. Solemnity, the initial feeling of hopelessness moves to Tranquility as the despair lessens and is replaced by an inner peace, indicating acceptance. As time passes, the situation becomes more positive, and although our friend is still skeptical, he begins to feel Anticipation and hope. Then, the situation comes full circle, ending in happiness, and restoring his original emotional state of Mirth.
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