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Jun 19, 2008 | 12:12 AM EDT
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6.5 MB
14 min 7 sec
Score
4.10 / 5.00

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Rated 4.10 / 5 stars
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Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

First off, I DID NOT COMPOSE THIS!!!. This is the masterwork of a man by the name of Modest Mussorgsky.

Here it is being performed by The Canadian Brass with The Former Star of Indiana. This is part of the Event known as "Brass Theater II"

This is one of my personal favorite pieces. It just has that overall feel to it... And not to mention it is really really really long...

So since this is not my work, rate how ever the hell you feel. Just as long as you listen to the beautiful music ;) The [B] meant "Brass" by the way... [Not enough room in title]

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scotty92994scotty92994

Rated 5 / 5 stars

im playing this at my high school band right now

and its a great song especially hut of baba yaga (hut on fowls legs) at 9:42 its fucking awsome and fast



Winterwind-NSWinterwind-NS

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Actually

I believe that the songs that you upload to this site are supposed to be your original works.

"When you submit your audio, please be aware:
* You are making the legal claim that it is your own original work."

But I gave this a ten because I just love this piece way too much. I can only play half of the movements of the original piano version. I never heard this transcription, which is definitely damn cool. I've heard Ravel's and Stokowski's (which is intense).
The ending to Gnomus was slow, but nicely executed. Wow, and the Castle movement is incredible too. It was kinda funny how they skipped two whole movements, Tuileries and Bydlo like that.
The Hut of Baba Yaga movement sounded like a marching band version with that allofthesudden drumline haha. Can't go wrong with the Great Gate of Kiev.

I'm not entirely sure why I left this review for a song by a composer who died in 1881. Either way, don't submit more and we're cool haha at least you have good taste.

-Winter


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meallanfearghailmeallanfearghail

Rated 0 / 5 stars

This is plagiarism!

For Gods' sake, don't do this again.
0/5 and 0/10.


Vexorian responds:

Plagiarism would be me claiming this as my own work...

Which I have clearly stated this is was composed by Modest Mussorgsky.


dontxthemusicdontxthemusic

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I LOVE THIS!!

I LOVE THIS PIECE!!! Everyone should hear this piece. Hell everyone should listen to more classical period.Uncultured bunch of slobs are all that exists today. lol Thanks for submitting something worth listening to XD

P.S. Please review my stuff? PLEASY? I just started making stuff and need reviews to get better...Thanks.
<3&peace
dontxthemusic


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