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CHORALE OF THE JELLIES

Aquarium of the Pacific

James Edward Freeman conducts The Long Beach Chorale, during this delightful world premier at the Aquarium of the Pacific.

ORCHESTRAL > Modern

Dreamy

IF YOU LIKE:  Arvo Pärt

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Two movements from the five-part chorale, Egg Yolk Jelly and Moon Jelly.
Part of the Symphony of the Jellies works by the Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific

 

MOOD

Dreamy, Joyful, Sweet

TEMPO

Slow (79) and Moderate (107)

GENRES

Fantasy, Romance

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This was beautiful I was waiting to hear and see it. The jelly fish were amazing
Thank you

Mindy Schleich

July 24, 2016

Floating jellies in their aquatic home with their mesmerizing movement… how you captured that so beautifully is hard to fathom (pun intended).
I’m moved beyond words; how incredibly talented you are, Eddie, thank you for sharing!

Brenda Wiley

July 14, 2016

Loved EVERY moment! Stunning work and a huge congratulations. My friends in the diving/marinelife communities will thoroughly enjoy and appreciate the story and music.

Michele Westmorland

July 9, 2016

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For installation at the

Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California

In conjunction with

NOAA’s worldwide Science on a Sphere® program

Credits + links are posted w/ best intentions. If involved, and you wish a change, please e-mail us.
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Images provided by

Getty Images, NOAA and pond5

Funding provided by

The Roddenberry Foundation

For installation at the

Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California

In conjunction with

NOAA’s worldwide Science on a Sphere® program

Credits + links are posted w/ best intentions. If involved, and you wish a change, please e-mail us.
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Footage provided by

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Images provided by

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For installation at the

Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California

In conjunction with

NOAA’s worldwide Science on a Sphere® program

Additional funding provided by

The Roddenberry Foundation

Credits + links are posted w/ best intentions. If involved, and you wish a change, please e-mail us.
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Edited by

Andrew M. Cohen

Multimedia Design by

Keith Miller

Original Music, Sound Effects, Narration Recording and Final Mix by

Icarus Music
Eddie Freeman and Marta Victoria

For installation at the

Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California

In conjunction with

NOAA’s worldwide Science on a Sphere® program

Credits + links are posted w/ best intentions. If involved, and you wish a change, please e-mail us.
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Edited by

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Multimedia Design by

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Original Music, Sound Effects and Final Mix by

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Funding provided by

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For installation at the

Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California

In conjunction with

NOAA’s worldwide Science on a Sphere® program

Credits + links are posted w/ best intentions. If involved, and you wish a change, please e-mail us.
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Produced by

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Edited and Animated by

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Original Music, Sound Effects, Narration Recording and Final Mix by

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Images provided by

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Funding provided by

The Miller Foundation

For installation at the

Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California

In conjunction with

NOAA’s worldwide Science on a Sphere® program

Credits + links are posted w/ best intentions. If involved, and you wish a change, please e-mail us.
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Produced by

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Original Music by

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Eddie Freeman and Marta Victoria

Footage provided by

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Funding provided by

NOAA Coastal Services Center, Port of Long Beach and The Port of Los Angeles

For installation at the

Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California

In conjunction with

NOAA’s worldwide Science on a Sphere® program

Credits + links are posted w/ best intentions. If involved, and you wish a change, please e-mail us.
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