"Glorious Spirit" is a tribute to the memory of two men, Alan, a slain police officer, and Anselin, a young man taken too early by illness; the work was jointly commissioned by their mothers. Four very different musical themes are presented, each bearing significance to their sons; the hymns “Glorious Things of Thee Are Spoken” and “The Lone, Wild Bird”, combined with two classical selections, the theme from the “Surprise Symphony” by Haydn, and “Sicilienne” by Fauré. Parts for trumpet, flute, and violin are highlighted, as they present the melodies that were played and loved by the two men. Instrumental parts are included in the full score. 112 measures. Keys of C Major, Bb Major, and g minor.