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Uploaded
Mar 16, 2009 | 10:30 PM EDT
File Info
Loop
2.5 MB
2 min 10 sec
Score
3.88 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.88 / 5 stars
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840 Plays | 61 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

This is an extremely simple song, only two bars of music. The thing that makes it two minutes long is that the part constantly repeat eachother after a different number of measures. Here's the breakdown:

Bells/Violins: Repeated after 0 measures (continuous)

Tenor/Bass Piano: Repeated after 2 measures

Bass/Tubas: Repeated after 3 measures

Sopranos/ high winds: Repeated after 4 measures

The parts dance around eachother repetatively until 60 measures later when they come together at the same time.

I know this piece is repetative, but its a concept I'd like to develop and master in time. Give me some feedback if you have the time

Enjoy!

Reviews


Cormaster9000Cormaster9000

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Yessss..

I love this concept of music and timing.
It is really hard alot of the time to accomplish something like this without it sounding too gargled or what-not, but you did this really well.

Yes, it was a bit repetitive but I mean for what it was it was still really good and I can appreciate the idea you were flowing with.

the only thing I wanted to hear that I didnt was some percussion, but thats probably just the drummer in me saying that.

great work


LacrimosaMuse responds:

hey thanks again for the review.

This did take alot of work as far as the notes themselves go, i mustve gone through atleast twelve different variations.

The repetition is kinda off, but its also the point of the song so it kinda acts as a double edged sword. Im still trying to come up with some ways to have the same concept, just less repetative.

After I read your review, i took a look at the music and noticed that I actually forgot about the timpani part. You can hear it on the 4th beat of the first measure, I just simply forgot to work it into the rest of the song...sorry bout that lol