For the Fallen, for trumpet and electronics, was commissioned and premiered by Italian trumpeter Ivano Ascari. The electronics were made by processing recordings of the Peace Bell, one of the largest ringing bells in the world, located in Rovereto, Italy, Ivano's home town. The bell was originally made from cannons melted after WWI, and is rung daily in memory of the fallen of all wars. Composing it for the Centenary of the start of WWI, I had the constant reminder of current wars. This performance is by Christopher Buchanan, outstanding trumpet faculty at the University of Virginia, and took place on 11/7/14 as part of TechnoSonics XV: Found Sound, presented by the McIntire Department of Music and the Virginia Center for Computer Music (VCCM) in Old Cabell Auditorium at UVA.