Johnson Gao | Aquarena (How I Love You!)

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Aquarena (How I Love You!)

by Johnson Gao

Aquarena is a place in San Marcos Texas (South to Austin) with very clear water in the Spring Lake where one can see the aquatic life through a glass-bottomed boat or practice diving.
Genre: Classical: Waltz
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On November 20, 2010 the composer visited Aquarena in San Marcos, Texas with his wife, old son and grand daughter. There he met a diving instructor for 32 years, who told him that the deepest part of the lake is about 20 feet, and the extremely clear water body was very nice for diving training. The song was composed electronically for Aquarena starting with Horn in F in very quiet melody. Then, other voices were jointed. Echoing effect was added to it that sounds peacefully. The song was devoted to his grand daughter Emma who rode on the glass-bottomed boat with her father to watch the aquatic life, turtles and fishes swimming in deep of the lake, that day. It was also for those who had visited, or, will visit Aquarena. The composer has a presentiment that that piece of music will be loved by many peace-loving audiences world widely or even been selected for skating practice by some skating championship competitors. He has the confidence that it will win its popularity very soon, which will add fame to him together with his "Welcome Song", "Olympic Marching Song", "Birthday Waltz" etc. He hoped that his contribution in music might be recognized far beyond his scientific merits in Cell Biology.


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