Release Date: October 4, 2011
|1.||Wongolo (Movement I)||11:47|
|2.||Devastation (Movement II)||12:04|
|3.||The Aftermath (Movement III)||8:34|
|4.||Rebuilding (Movement IV)||8:49|
|5.||Hope (Movement V)||10:19|
|6.||Reflections (Beau Bridges)||0:36|
|7.||Yo-Yo (Haitian Folk Song) (Hope for Haiti Quartet, feat. Arturo Sandoval, Mike Lang, and Bart Samolis)||7:32|
|8.||Yellow Bird (Haitian Folk Song) (Lucy Schwartz, feat. David Schwartz)||3:20|
|Total Album Time:||63:01|
Symphony of Hope is a musical fundraising project which was originally designed to help the people of Haiti in their desperate time of need. A year after the terrible earthquake which has destroyed the lives of thousands of Haitians, the need for assistance is even greater than ever.
Symphony of Hope is a collaboration by 25 of today's leading Oscar, Tony, Grammy and Emmy winning composers to benefit Haiti Earthquake Relief. It begins with an original Haitian melody, then each composer contributes an additional 8-32 bars of music to the piece and then passes it along to the next composer. This is symbolic in the way that one lending hand passes on to another lending hand and so on and eventually a beautiful outcome is derived.
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