Into the Dungeons Overture, 2007
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|Full name of work:||Into the Dungeons Overture, 2007|
|Composer:||Long, Matthew (1994 - ), American|
|Instruments:||Alto Saxophone, Coronet, Flute, Trombone, Tuba, Snare Drum, and Base Drum|
|Name of file creator:||Matthew Long|
|e-mail address:||long "at" gvni "dot" com|
|Comments:||Into the Dungeon written by Matthew Long is a musical arrangement|
portraying the feelings of a man locked in a dungeon. At first he has just
been put into the dungeon, and he keeps angrily banging on the walls until
he realizes it's useless, and calms down. Then a guard comes in to tell him
of his execution in 3 days. At which point he becomes frightened and starts
banging on the walls again. He then schemes to escape. He finally succeeds
in escaping and makes it to safety.