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Largo for Full Orchestra

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Jul 17, 2008 | 11:19 PM EDT
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Song
7.9 MB
5 min 48 sec
Score
4.13 / 5.00

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Rated 4.13 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

The world of dreams is indescribable, immeasurable, inconceivable; we wander through it often, but cannot understand it. The journey through a child's dreams is even more boundless, and, being young, and not yet reaching his full potential, he has visions of himself becoming great, heroic even, but these are just dreams, and just like all dreams, the self-ambition of becoming great fades back into the serenity of abstraction...

Instrumentation:

Flutes 1-2
Oboes 1-2
Clarinets/Bass Clarinets
Bassoons/Contrabassoons
Horns 1-4
Trumpets
Trombones/Bass Trombone
Tuba
Timpani
Concert Piano
Celesta
Glockenspiel
Cymbals
Violins I/Violins II
Violas
Celli
Contrabasses

Thank you so much, everyone who listens through this entire piece.

Reviews


Dude-named-ZoeyDude-named-Zoey

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Woah

This pwns whatever the hell retards we have composing the crap I play in Symphonic Wind Ensemble. Its a very emotional piece, that changes with flowing like a river or a stream. Very cinematic, and its beautiful. I cant say much else really.


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kakashicokekakashicoke

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hi ^^

I love this some ( and so I'm going to tell u a story that i made and sounds like it...) it's sounds like your dreaming walking around then it feels like memories come and you sometimes feel happy & sad but then something a surprise came and you were so happy like you were a child giggling around but then some one took your parents away then you felt so sad you were going to cry then someone tries to cheer you up and you felt better then you stayed in your house.. alone then you knew that this needs a remodel so you remodeled it and it was so beautiful it made you so happy then they came again and you decided don't give or cry in the end you woke up and found out that you were in your bed but you noticed you lived in the same house you remodeled. and so that was it hope you reply ^^


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Winterwind-NS responds:

Yay storytime.
That's pretty much what I had envisioned prior to and while writing this. You had a different take on what the dreams were, but that was interesting and I could see it working with this piece just as well.
Thanks for dropping by. I'm glad you seem to enjoy a lot of my songs :]


sariassarias

Rated 5 / 5 stars

OMG I LOVE THIS

Nobou Uematsu is one of my favorite composers and as the person before me said it sounds like this, you have a true calling this is awesome i want to hear this for real in a real orchestra :D


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Dude09Dude09

Rated 5 / 5 stars

wow

this really brings back like final fantasy moments for me (which is a good thing since i'm a huge nobuo uematsu fan) i would love to hear this by a professional orchestra, there's a simplisity to it which really makes you drift along with the music, like an actual dream, but very powerful at the end, i loved every bit of it, in fact i'd be honored if you would critique my song. thanks a lot for writing this beautiful piece and good luck in the future


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koularaskoularas

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Not bad for 18 years old!

I don't believe that you wrote this for Cubase! I mean it is a different thing to write for a concert with live orchestra and for computer ( nonlive music ). Well if I compare you with the composers that they are in this site I give 10. If I compare you with the cinematic composers I give you 7. If I compare you with the students composers that they are studying composition around the world I will give you 3. If I compare you with the greatest composers of all time I will give you 0. So the average score is 5! I suggest you to hear more modern composers ( if you like ) like Stravinsky, Bartok, Ligety, Xenakis


Winterwind-NS responds:

I think Simon's review (3 above) pretty much covered everything I would've wanted to say.