School: A Movie the Youth Can Relate

by DingoBrad

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DingoBrad presents an opera for the youth.

The opening ostinato derives from Bernard Hermann's score to Alfred Hitchcock's 1958 film, "Vertigo," or more specifically, the d major ostinato that occurs throughout the film's score, which comes from the four act opera from 1875, "Carmen," by French composer, Georges Bizet.

Inspired by the 4-stage industrial model for "intuition training", SCHOOL sets out to explore the digital, physical, and mental realms in which the construct of "school" exists.

Stage 1: Unconscious Incompetence
Stage 2: Conscious Incompetence
Stage 3: Conscious Competence
Stage 4: Unconscious Competence

It is sometimes stated that the fifth stage is the achievement of true intuition.

credits

released February 12, 2016

Production, Mixing/Mastering Engineering, Direction/Concept, Composition, A&R, Publishing/Marketing by Brad Christian.

Ⓟ Ez Livin, LLC 2016.

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