Here, triumph refers to a way of looking at things. It is a way of continuing your celebration, and you can do it alone.
Music: songs and other short pieces
- Alison Balsom, “Sound the Trumpet,” etc.
Music: Composers, artists, and major works
Other works from Western classicism:
- Borodin, Symphony No. 2 in B Minor (1876)
- Charpentier: Messe de minuit pour Noël, H.9 (1694)
- Hanson, Symphony No. 5, "Sinfonia Sacra," Op. 43 (1955): in this single-movement symphony, the composer sought “to invoke some of the tragedy and triumph, mysticism and affirmation” of the Christian resurrection narrative.
- Gibbons, Hymnes & Songs of the Church: Songs of Triumph
- Gabrieli, works for brass instruments
- Liszt, Tasso, Lamento e Trionfo (Tasso, Lament and Triumph), (Poème symphonique No. 2), S96 (1854)
- Aho, Symphony No. 10 (1996)
- Asia, Symphony No. 2, "Celebration Symphony" (1990): I, II; III, IV; V
From the dark side:
- Botti, Lament - The Fallen City