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Ranz des Vaches:

Meant to signify the calm after the storm, this part of the overture is very light and airy and features a duet between english horn and flute. This part feels very warm and fluff, so the background is a mixture of light pinks and purples to create a soft environment.  The duet is represented by the two interweaving lines, the melody, again in white, and the complementing flute in pink. Underneath is the pizzicato of the violins, represented as bubbles as they follow the winding paths of the melody. The melody flows along the bottom, since this is the softest and subtlest part of the overture.


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