For this spirited concert march, the creative and lively mind of Galileo Galilei, the great Italian mathematician, physicist, and astronomer, served as a source of inspiration. Galileo was the founder of experimental thinking in physics, and he made numerous discoveries and formulated many useful theories in this field. Galileo believed his discoveries should be shown to the common people. He tried to encourage them to think for themselves, and he published his research results in the form of dialogues that were easy to understand. This accessible concert march - a suitable homage to Galileo - builds a bridge between the musician and the listener. Dur: 6:20