David Solomons

singer, one-man choir, guitarist and composer

Theme of The Colors of Peace - (versions in 4 time and 3 time)

Joseph Dillon Ford
David W Solomons
Classical / Instrumental
Free choice: Any Instrument
Type of score
Lead sheet
Year of composition

Welcome to The Colors of Peace, a project created by the members of The Delian Society! The Delian Society, founded in January 2004, is an international nonsectarian body of composers, performers, scholars, sound technicians, and amateurs dedicated to the renascence of tonal art music. The Society is extraordinarily diverse, and we invite the participation of others around the world who share our artistic visions and goals. Membership is open to all, regardless of race, color, handicap, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, or national origin.

The Colors of Peace is the title of a song composed by Joseph Dillon Ford on 18 March 2004 in response to the criminal acts of terrorism perpetrated by ideological extremists that have resulted in the deaths of thousands of innocent human beings, the devastation of the natural and built environment, and the irreparable loss of priceless cultural artifacts. The Colors of Peace is not a song of protest but an affirmation of the life we share and a call for all who can hear to join us on a timeless journey towards the peace that comes with mutual understanding.

How can you participate? Simply download and print "The Colors of Peace" sheet music and sing it in your homes, your schools, your sacred places, your city streets and parks—anywhere and everywhere its message needs to be heard.

You may use this downloadable page of music as printed for all humane non-commercial purposes free of charge.
We ask only that you e-mail us at dillonford@att.net and let us know who you are, the city and country where you live,
and how you plan to use The Colors of Peace.
Remember, this song is free of charge, as a gift to you and the world from the Delian Society.

Upload date
16 Nov 2018

Sheet music file
PDF, 160.6 Kb (3 p.)


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