Orchestrations

Strings:

11 Violins, 10 Violas, 3 Cellos, 9 Double Basses, 2 Acoustic Basses, 1 Washburn 12 strings Classical Guitar, 2 Harps

Pianos:

1 Bosendorfer, 1 E-piano

Brass:

3 French Horns, 1 Tubas, 1 Trumpet, 1 Wagner Tuben, 1 Trombone

Woodwinds:

1 Clarinet, 1 Oboe, 1 Bassoon

Percussion:

2 Tubular Bells, 3 Timpani, 1 Bass Drum Wagner, 2 Bass Earth Drum, 3 Orchestral Snares, 1 Field Ensemble, 1 Mahler Hammer, 1 Acoustic Drum Kit, 1 Ensemble Ethnic Bass & Toms, Vibes, Triangle, Orchestra Chimes, Bowed Crotales, Anvil, 1 French Cymbal, 1 German Cymbal, 1 Gong

Mallet:

1 Music Box, 1 Church Organ, 1 Celeste

Electronics:

7 synthesizers for electronic passages

Choirs:

Chorus to act as off stage instrument. (boys, women, men)

Due to frequency variations (for example, solo violin over a horn section) strings, piano and electronic instruments must be amplified with a sound engineer to ensure they are heard.