Pete Karstens | Mors Praeclarus

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Mors Praeclarus

by Pete Karstens

This song is a new age composition that is best described as epic, dynamic, and pensive. The perfect music to let your mind wander and let your imagination soar. Also it could be music that you might hear in an epic Sci-fi, Fantasy, or Biopic film.
Genre: New Age: Celtic New Age
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Mors Praeclarus is best described as a new age composition that is epic, dynamic, and pensive. The perfect music to let your mind wander and let your imagination soar. Also it could be music that you might hear in an epic Sci-fi, Fantasy, or Biopic film.

Mors Praeclarus is Latin and is loosely translated as Death of Glory. A Glorious Death is an ideal that has lived for thousands of years in many cultures. It is an idea best described by the Greek historian and general, Thucydides, "The bravest are surely those who have the clearest vision of what is before them, glory and danger alike, and yet notwithstanding, go out to meet it.."

The song is comprised of three movements: Invasion, Resistance, Redemption.
The prelude to the song introduces the melody to the three movements, and the interlude after Resistance emphasizes the struggle of regrouping for the final battle after a failed assault.

Put on some headphones, turn up the volume, dim the lights, lay back, close your eyes, and let Mors Praeclarus take you on a journey.

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