Purple and plush symphonic classical piece by Ralf Christoph Kaiser Version 3 in HD Sound and Full Score and Parts

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Dear friends of the music by Ralf Christoph Kaiser, today you get the new classical hit: Purpur und Plüsch Version 3 in A-Dur in HD Sound and the Full Score and Parts of it.

This song sounds little bit royal and maestoso and dramatic as well.

Have sosme fun with it.

Sincerely yours

Ralf Christoph Kaiser

Dear friends of the music of Ralf Christoph Kaiser, today you can get the high reoslution wav file version 3 of the song here at Ralf Christoph Kaiser.com: Purple and plush in HD sound with full symphony orchestra in A major. You also receive the Full Score and Parts grades for the following instruments:

Cello, violin, viola, flute, oboe, baritone saxophone, trombone, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone, percussion and celeste.

This work is originally playable with approx. 16 musicians. Either with a classical symphony orchestra with strings or just from a wind orchestra with only wind instruments and percussion.

Version 3 for score, which is now part of this package, contains sheet music for the following instruments:

Piccolo, Flute 1, Flute 2, Oboe 1, Oboe 2, Clarinet in Bb 1, clarinet in Bb 2-4, Bassoon 1-4, Bassoon 5, Horn in F, Horn in Eb, Trumpet in Bb, Trombone, Tuba, Percussion, drum set, celeste, violin, viola, celli, double bass 1-4.

This covers a full symphony orchestra.

I look forward to your interpretations of this work ;-)

This classic symphony orchestra piece sounds majestic and pompous, but at the same time also dramatic and full of tension. It is a bit of a reappraisal of times long past when there were monarchs, kings and emperors in the government. Perhaps the splendid cloak on the cover and the glorious trombone in the piece are somewhat misleading about the many torments that are surely related to such an office. I imagine it is horrible to assume such a responsibility in difficult times. Good food, fun and games at court are surely only a welcome distraction and necessary compensation for many hours of tough negotiations and dutiful duties. This piece here takes all the royal behavior of the past a little bit and reflects musical pitfalls and problems. Certainly a blessing that nowadays government business mostly takes place with a huge team within the party and is democratically elected.

I hope you enjoy this classic work.

Thanks for your support!

Your Ralf Christoph Kaiser