This piece was written for Disquiet Junto Project 0255: Capone’s Ghost.

As the scene begins instruments are interacting with one another. Al Capone’s banjo enters and begins to play Madonna Mia, a song that Capone wrote while he was locked up. The Wood Blocks are first to notice his entry and show some irritation. As the banjo pauses the Harp mocks what he is playing. The banjo, unsettled, tries to play but the mocking continues. Eventually the strings notice its presence and interrupt as it tries to play. The banjo gets mad and leaves, and the instruments return to their interactions.




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