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Uploaded
Dec 10, 2008 | 8:32 PM EST
File Info
Song
2.2 MB
1 min 56 sec
Score
4.02 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.02 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
1,307 Plays | 92 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

Hello, everyone!

Since I'm not really in the mood for making my own stuff right now, I've started a mini-project. I'm going through an old piano book I have, transcribing some solos, adding and changing what I feel like, and going on with another. I don't have a strategy as to which songs I'm using, just whatever appeals to me.

This one is "Valsette" by Rhene-Baton (classical for the win!) and I wrote the string part myself. Not that it was that big of an accomplishment, most of it is whole notes :) Trying out a new piano sound, let me know if you like it!

Thanks for listening!

Reviews


BranchesBranches

Rated 5 / 5 stars

nice

I really like the sooth of this.
Keep it up

-=<[Branches]>=-


Lamplighter responds:

Thanks!


The-Great-OneThe-Great-One

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Worry And Woe

The desk. The lights. The small confined box. The chatter of different people of different people. The crazy ones. The daring ones. The elements of the rain, sadden some people. As one looks toward the window in distress. Thinking why God do I do this everyday. How come I'm not like those below me with carefree lives to spend. How come I'm not there. Then this man looks toward a picture of him and his wife and his two children... and all questions are answered. Although the days may be dreary at time... the evenings will shine without sun for a happy home is upon the return.

Sorry for writing that little story above, this is what went through my mind though while listening to this song. It certainly is a magnificent piece and although I never heard the original, but I believe this is certainly a quality piece on it's own with your revisions. Masteful work. Keep it up.


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Lamplighter responds:

Wow.... a review from The-Great-One! By all means, you can write as much as you feel like! I love reviews like this!

I think that bit of writing fit this perfectly! When I was working on this I kept having visions of someone sitting at their desk, looking out the window at the autumn leaves falling and marvelling at the beauty of the world, but your thoughts reflect the piece even better!

I thank you for the great review, high score, and compliments! It really means a lot!
My day is made now...


ReFreezedReFreezed

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Nice piece

It's a nice melody: calm and a bit sad. I like the piano sound you're using, but I didn't like the two end notes very much, they should have been smoother.

It may not be a masterpiece, but it sounded pretty good. Thumbs up.

PS: I'm tired -_-


Lamplighter responds:

Thanks for the review! I definitely see what you mean about the last notes there. My sister wanted to hear a climactic ending, and I forgot to change the volume levels back. Anyway, glad you liked it. It was pretty simple, but I thought it was good enough to go up here.

I'm tired, too. And it's only four in the afternoon here. :|