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File:enlsept.nwc (August 2003) 2 kB
Full name of work:How Scary the Thought
Composer:Enlow, Lizzy (1986-), American
Music category:Classical
Instruments:Flute, Clarinet in B flat, Bassoon
Name of file creator:Lizzy Enlow
e-mail address:Antipopularlizzy "at" kscable "dot" com
Running time:00:03:36
Comments:This is basically a song symbolizing what it must have been like for the hostages of the planes that went into the WTC centers, Pentagon, and crashed in near Pittsburgh.