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Out of the tragedy of the September 11th terrorist attacks has come some incredible music in tribute. We take a look at some of the very best pieces written by composers from America and beyond, whether they were there when the attacks happened or were simply inspired by the events themselves.
Composer Robert Moran was originally worried about writing a Requiem for a children's choir, particularly when the children singing it were unlikely to have a connection to the 9/11 attacks themselves. However, in writing the Trinity Requiem, Moran decided to use the theme of loss in general, taking inspiration from war zones from across history, to inform his piece, which was commissioned for the 10th anniversary of the attacks.
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