Anthony Alva | 13th Freedom! Symphony by Anthony Alva

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13th Freedom! Symphony by Anthony Alva

by Anthony Alva

Anthony Alva loves to ride his motorcycle as it is his chance to be free. Otherwise, he is an attorney in Massachusetts who composes music because it is fun, and he prefers classical music.
Genre: Classical: Classical era
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1. Symphony No. 13 in C: I. Dramaticus
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2. Symphony No. 13 in C: II. Cleché Cleché
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3. Symphony No. 13 in C: III. Movement Momentus
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Anthony Alva loves to ride his motorcycle as it is his chance to be free. Otherwise, he is an attorney in Massachusetts who composes music because it is fun, and he prefers classical music. He has never played any instruments in any of his recordings because he cannot read sheet music. He composes music one note at a time using the "Deluxe Music Construction Set" on his 1986 Mac Plus computer. Anthony Alva's had his last piano lesson was when he was 12, and he studied under Mr. Galaria who taught the coronet, at Colonial Acres Elementary, Hayward, California, and under Mrs. Lundberg, of San Lorenzo, California, who was his piano teacher. Anthony Alva learned to play the piano by the numbers. He is able to write all his musical compositions in traditional format, and print them so they can be played by trained musicians who can read sheet music. This symphony is meant to be played by a full orchestra, and includes strings, brass, timpani, woods, harps. The sounds you hear originated from a Yamaha MM6 using MIDI connected to the Mac Plus.

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