The Rights of Living Things seeks to encourage discussion and debate about the way life is defined and valued. Of the ten pieces that make up the suite of music 'Liberty and Innocence' was the most challenging to compose.
Liberty: being free to live without fear, risk of harm, or repression.
Freedom: to act and think without restraint in mind and body.
Innocence: freedom from guilt, real or imagined.
Liberty is a principle that may be upheld in society. Freedom is apparent through personal experience.
Liberty can only be enjoyed with freedom and the presumption of innocence.
Mike de Sousa
Contemporary Classical Music for Piano, Orchestra and Synthetic Sounds.
Free to enjoy at Public Art World, 100 Artworks, and The Rights of Living Things. May not be used for commercial gain. Copyright maintained.
Also available to listen to at 100 Artworks where the art, music, and words are presented together, and as part of The Rights of Living Things.