Christopher Schlegel | Symphony #3 "The Virtues Of Man"

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Symphony #3 "The Virtues Of Man"

by Christopher Schlegel

Futuristic Romanticism: digitally sequenced, powerful, heroic, orchestral music.
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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1. Rationality
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2. Independence
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3. Integrity
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4. Honesty
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5. Justice
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6. Productiveness
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7. Pride
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Album Notes
This CD is a seven movement orchestral symphony. The seven movements are named after the seven virtues mentioned in a famous speech. Therefore, they represent my thoughts and emotions about each virtue.

The whole piece is a tribute to Ayn Rand, whose work I admire a great deal.

While the music is in a Romantic Classical style, it is NOT mere rehashing of Beethoven, Mozart, etc. It is not "old, boring stuff covered with centuries of dust".

It was partly influenced by some old masters BUT my music is modern, exciting, new and adventuresome.


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The Artist's Father And Middle Sister

Greatest music we've ever heard. we demand more, more, more of him
This CD was written by America's greatest living composer. What a guy! we'd recommend his work to any serious listener. P.S. His wife's a doll, too. Love Dad and Sis


Well done!
Very heart-felt and innovative. Great undertones of Beethoven and Mozart without cloning. A wonderful listen!


Nice set of musical pieces, which in its sound recalls the recordings of Synergy (Larry Fast)in the 1970s but this CD contains better compositions and has a more consistent sense of life. It should sound even better with different "instrumentation" on its updated version coming out soon.

G. Stolyarov II

The Rational Argumentator
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