Brenda Elthon
PRIDE AND HUMILITY: TRIBUTE TO APPALACHIAN SPRING
By: Brenda Elthon
Catalog ID: 532767   Duration: 4:04   Tempo: Slow   BPM: 64   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Corporate and Motivational Music | Corporate Orchestral Music
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Regal symphony in the style of Aaron Copland's "Appalachian Spring." Simple, strong, determined. Contemporary classical style. Majestic and powerful. A clarion call to action. Embodies spirit of strength through an honest and virtuous purpose; sincerity and faith in the future. A beautiful track.   Keywords: military soldier victory courageous leader king triumph nation crown foe honor steadfast elegant powerful strong future make the decision go forward together



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