Coronation Ceremony in C Major Version 3 Full Score Full Orchestra Leadsheet and Parts free download

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Dear friends of the music of Ralf Christoph Kaiser, Kaiser Musix and Kaiser Klassix and Kaiser Spinix, on 16.08.2019 this work was created during a live recording session on Persicope.

I composed this work within 28 minutes by improvising and channeling the music of mine from the astral worlds to the physical level via media skills. This enables me to compose a polyphonic work, so to speak, when I improvise, by recording each voice one after the other and always listening to the previously recorded voices when recording while I am recording the next voice. I usually start with the bass, then the viola or violins, then the flute and oboe and then the trombone and finally the percussion. This creates 6 harmonious orchestral works which I can then continue to work on by mixing and mastering. In the end mostly complete orchestral works come out of which I can print out the notes at the push of a button.
This is how most of my compositions were created.
The works that are created in this way are unique and special and they belong exactly as I channeled them. Everything makes sense. They are original raw diamonds that are then cut and shined by the respective interpreters. Every time in a different light ;-)
You can get the Full Score Full Orchestra Leadsheet and Parts for:
Bass clarinet, basson 1, basson 2, clarinet in Bb 1, Flute 1, Flute 2, Horn in Eb, double bass, oboe 1, oboe 2, percussion, piccolo, timpani, trombone, trumpet in Bb, tuba, viola, violin and Violoncello.

Everything is included for a full symphony orchestra.
The piece sounds very solemn and festive, a little pompous and pathetic but always happy.

You can get the high resolution wav file from Patreon:

The work that you get here today as notes is called "Coronation Ceremony" and is in a very good mood, solemn, positive, somewhat pathetic and very glorious.
You will hear a full symphony orchestra with strings, brass, woodwind and percussion.

Enjoy listening and enjoy reinterpreting and playing!

Thanks for your support!

Your Ralf Christoph Kaiser