Robert Wilson Kellogg | The Museum Piece

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The Museum Piece

by Robert Wilson Kellogg

Science Fiction sound track music. Electronic, yet "old fashioned" with strings, brass, choral effects, lots of synth rhythms.
Genre: Electronic: Virtual Orchestra
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1. The Narrated Track
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24:07 $0.99
2. Creation of the Sun
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5:05 $0.99
3. New Kingdom of Planets
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6:31 $0.99
4. First Sunrise On Earth
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4:46 $0.99
5. First Newlife On Earth
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4:22 $0.99
6. Humankind Emerges
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6:15 $0.99
7. The Spaceship Chaco
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8. The Sphere
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9. Dawn of a New Reality
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THE MUSEUM PIECE A Science-Ficton Story of the Universe

What lies beyond the known edge of the universe? No human knows. That's what this story, and the music of this story is all about.

Robert (Bob) W. Kellogg is a 40 year radio broadcast retiree who has been doing electronic music since 1978, and has been speaking professionally in front of a microphone since 1955. THE MUSEUM PIECE was his original short story, written in 1962, but never published. Now the story is set to instrumental music in a "sound track" fashion. Track one is the narrated story, running 24 minutes over music. Tracks two through nine run 44 minutes.

This music is "old fashioned", that is, you'll hear strings, brass, choral effects over contemporary synth rhythms. Most of it is up tempo. Some of it, though, reflects the solitude and vastness of outer space.


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Careful the Clown

Beautiful sci-fi music...wonderful story!
If you like I. Asimov and Robert Heinlen you'll enjoy this story...if you like grand, space music this is it! It even reminded me of Aaron Copeland, if he were to write a Symphony for the Universe...this CD will take you from here to There...