In the Beginning (Full Instrumentation)

In the Beginning interprets The Creation as portrayed in the Book of Genesis. The oldest story in the history of humanity comes to life in full Cecille B. DeMille extravaganza, full of poetic imagery and sounds that paint a picture of each of the three movements. This opens up the visual possibilities for sets portraying pictures such as a re-creation of Michelangelo’s painting of God touching Adam that is found on the roof of the Sistine Chapel, as well as visions of the seas and plains and the animals that inhabit below the waves and above on land. (Also available under the title of “The Natural World”)