By BRIAN AGUILAR
Difficulty: MEDIUM-EASY (Grade 3)
ABOUT THE PIECE:
If you were a sight-seer from another solar system, what stops would be on the tour of our solar system? Well, it just so happens that we have that tour for you!
Our tour begins on Earth as we blast-off for “Olympus Mons”, the solar system’s 2nd tallest mountain on the neighboring planet of Mars. The second stop takes us to “The Peaks of Eternal Light” on either pole of Earth’s moon. Next, we head into deep space to view “The Rings of Saturn”. From there we head to Saturn’s largest moon to view the mysterious “Geysers of Tritan”. The only way to end any halfway decent tour of our solar system is our final stop, “The Great Red Spot of Jupiter”.
Commissioned by Mr. Tim Decker for Rancho Cotate High School for the Winter 2014 season.
BASS DRUMS (5)
XYLO 1 & 2
MARIMBA 1 & 2
AUX 1, 2, & 3