By: Brian Aguilar
Time:  7:30
Grade:  3
Price:  $995.00

Atlantis is a fictional island mentioned in Plato’s works Timaeus and Critias. Aristotle believed that Plato had invented the island to teach philosophy. In the story, Athens successfully repels the Atlantean attack.  Subsequently Atlantis falls out of favor with the deities and is submerged into the Atlantic Ocean. Despite its minor importance in Plato’s work, the Atlantis story has had a considerable impact on literature and continues to inspire contemporary fiction, from comic books to films.

In this adaption of the Atlantis story, we begin at the height of Atlantean civilization, exploring the wonders of the great city in “Empire”.  The second movement, “Cataclysm,” represents the battle with Athens and the subsequent sinking of the city.  We explore beneath the surface of the ocean, viewing the flooded ruins of the city in the third movement “Underwater”.  The pulse of the city reawakens and flourishes in our imagination, our literature, our art, and in “Legend.”

Movement 1: Empire (1:55)
Empire mp3        Score Sample PDF coming SOON!
Movement 2: Cataclysm (1:45)
Cataclysm mp3        Score Sample PDF coming SOON!
Movement 3: Underwater (1:50)
Submerged mp3        Score Sample PDF coming SOON!
Movement 4: Legend (2:10)
Legend mp3        Score Sample PDF coming SOON!


What you get with your purchase:

Scores: Full Score, Winds Score, Percussion Score, Battery Score, Pit Score in .pdf format
Parts: All individual instruments in .pdf format
Rehearsal mp3 files: with metronome at show tempo – Full Band, Winds, Percussion, Battery, Pit (Individual instruments or different combination mp3s available upon request)
Full Band mp3 file: without metronome (Individual instruments or different combination mp3s without metronome available upon request)
Music .xlm file: Import your show into SmartMusic



Flute (Piccolo)
Clarinet 1, 2
Bass Clarinet
Alto Saxophone
Tenor Saxophone
Baritone Saxophone
Mellophone (or F Horn)
Trumpet 1, 2
Baritone Bass Clef, Treble Clef
Snare Line
Tenor Line (Quints)
Bass Drum Line (5)
Cymbal Line
Synth 1, 2
Auxiliary Percussion 1, 2, 3, 4