This song is a tribute to all those men and women who conquered space… and still carry on this endeavour, aspiring to discover the origins of life and the purpose of humanity.
A blend of vintage orchestral instruments and synthesized sounds epitomizes the timeless and steady vastness of space as well as the cutting-edge technology required to explore this hostile infinity.
With a subtle sprinkle of « We choose to go to the moon ».
Extracts from the TEXT OF PRESIDENT JOHN KENNEDY’S RICE STADIUM MOON SPEECH
12 September 1962
I am delighted to be here
The vast stretches of the unknown, and the unfinished still far outstrip
The 50,000 years of mans recorded history,
Man emerged from his caves, man learned to write and use the steam engine, electric lights telephones automobiles airplanes television nuclear power
Create new ills new ignorance new problems, new dangers
Moved forward so
His quest for knowledge
Is one of the great adventures of all time
We mean to be a part of it–we mean to lead it
It will become a force for
Why climb the highest mountain
We choose to go to the moon, not because they are easy, but because they are hard, because that goal will serve, the best of our energies and skills
We do not intend to stay behind