The synthesized music from the composer.
Inspire Infinite Potential Taiwan premiere was conducted by Wei-Pang Lin, and performed by Chien Tai Brass Band.
Piccolo, Flutes, Oboe, English Horn, Bassoon, Bᵇ Clarinets, Bᵇ Bass Clarinet, Eᵇ Alto Saxophone, Bᵇ Tenor Saxophone, Eᵇ Baritone Saxophone, Bᵇ Trumpet, F Horn, Trombone, Euphonium, Tuba, Double Bass, Timpani, Glockenspiel, Snare & Bass Drum, Cymbal, Triangle, Mark Tree
This original music was composed by Stanley P. Hung for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Concert Band 70th Anniversary (MIT Concert Band, Cambridge MA USA). Its the U.S. premiere was conducted by the music director Thomas E. Reynolds, Ph.D., and performed by MIT Concert Band at MIT Kresge Little Theater on December 10 in 2019. Its Taiwan premiere was conducted by Wei-Pang Lin, and performed by Chien Tai Brass Band.
We sometimes face difficulties in daily life. Music is one of many ingredients helping us to overcome difficulties. Our abilities can be inspired by motivational music. Furthermore, we will have wisdom and courage to do something that had never done before without hesitation. Inspire Infinite Potential starts in E flat 4/4 beat with Allegretto tempo. Bass, alto sax., horns, trombones and high woodwind superimpose sound layers in order. Timpani and snare drum raise the prelude. Ascending, triplet or scale notes used frequently through whole music means level up. The middle Andante is arranged in key C and 3/4 beat. The clear flutes and clarinets soli represent solutions. English Horn, Alto Sax. And F Horn tutti means the process of co-work. The key of Allegro ending is F major. The lightly rhythm leaded by brass and percussion means difficulties had overcame. Pleasant mood spreads out.