Little Fishy, Big Fishy, Bigger Fishy is a piece that I wrote for my String Orchestration class at Berklee College of Music. It musically tells the tale of a little fish swimming around in its pond, quite content and happy with its life. Until a big fish comes along and eats it. The story then moves onto the big fish, swimming around in its lake quite content and happy with its life (even with the little fish still swimming around inside its stomach). Until a bigger fish comes along and eats it. The story last moves onto the bigger fish, swimming around in its ocean. This fish is a grumpy fish and is quite unhappy with its life and everything in it (the big fish and little fish swimming around in its stomach do nothing to improve its mood). The bigger fish..."relieves" itself of the whole mess and the big fish and little fish float off into the murkiness of the ocean.
Little Fishy, Big Fishy, Bigger Fishy is included on my album, Turkey Attack! Suite and Other Compositions.
It has yet to be performed in concert, so if you may be interested in performing it, please let me know!
Instrumentation

Little Fishy, Big Fishy, Bigger Fishy is arranged for a String Trio with Double String Orchestra
Trio:
Violin
Viola
Violoncello

Orchestra A:
Violin I (12)
Violin II (10)
Viola (8)
Violon Cello (6)
Contrabass (4)

Orchestra B:
Violin I (16)
Violin II (14)
Viola (12)
Violoncello (10)
Contrabass (8)
Orchestral Layout
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