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Date
01/13/2008
File Info
Song
5 MB
3 min 39 sec
Score
4.12 / 5.00

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Author Comments

A sweet romantic piece in Eb major
for Piano and String Orchestra Adagio Sostenuto

I got accepted to an All-Steinway University in Mid December
which is when I started this piece
to me this song is in response to a pleasant pause from burdens
a nice suspension from stress and what not

First song of the new year
Thanks for listening

Reviews


PenguinSamPenguinSam

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 31, 2010

:')

Just incredible! I can't even begin to put my feelings out this into words! You had me with the strings in the begining, and then the piano came in with the melody, and oh! Lovely piece! Absolutely amazing!

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FoxxieCreationsFoxxieCreations

Rated 4 / 5 stars April 9, 2010

Lovely :)

Very pleasing composition. What sound engine did you use?


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spiggy600spiggy600

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 24, 2009

Relaxing

Thank's for this great song.


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WolfwatersWolfwaters

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 9, 2009

Elegant, eloquent

Peaceable, kindly, and heart-felt in step
thou bears his burden no more
stone by stone, a monotonous rep,
but buries his weight by the shore

O wonderous melody, let our ears be calmed
o joyous tandem, a rhapsody to right wrongs.


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sorohanrosorohanro

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 19, 2008

nr 51

my review is the 51 ... but that's absolutely not important.
the overall sound of this one is BIG and generous, the big chords on the piano reminds me of Rachmaninoff , also the harmony progression ...
on apparently simplicity there are quite complex progressions going
if this is "First song of the new year" I guess you started the year very well

5/5 10/10 added to fav's