I wrote this piece after watching Money Ball and listening to the credit music. I generally have a negative attitude toward overly repetitive music because it feels like a cheep way make a track last longer. The unimaginative "copy past" format makes me irritated. As a composer I strive to create music that is interesting to listen too. I want to be able to close my eyes and let the music take me on a journey through emotion and imagination. I envy composers that can do that.
After hearing the music in the above movie, I was inspired, and decided to give it a try for myself.