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In the Final Analysis By: George Sweet
In the Final Analysis by George Sweet

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In the Final Analysis takes its inspiration from various speeches given by both John and Robert Kennedy. The composer was moved by the Kennedys' idea of a strong, diverse, and cooperative society. John Kennedy's commencement speech at the American University in 1963 was especially inspirational and the piece takes its title from the following passage: For in the final analysis, our most basic common link is that we all inhabit this small planet. We all breathe the same air. We all cherish our children's futures. And we are all mortal. The introduction sets the tone of the piece and is reminiscent of the "Americana" feel of composers like Aaron Copland. The main theme enters in Violin 1 at m.7. Throughout the piece, this material is presented in different situations and moods, reflective of the diverse society spoken of by the Kennedys. A lyrical "B" section appears at m. 23 and later at m.48 in a slightly different orchestration. The introductory material returns at m. 63 and leads to a vibrant coda which b

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