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Jul 28, 2009 | 2:18 PM EDT
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Song
3.4 MB
3 min 0 sec
Score
4.09 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.09 / 5 stars
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1,760 Plays | 60 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

tell me what you think its for my portfolio for college dont look at audio quality its just a midi file converted to aac into a mp3 let me know composition wise what you think

Update - Sept 29 2009 - It has a title (has for awhile) just though I would update it a better quality sound is soon to come

Reviews


CalamaistrCalamaistr

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Excellent!

I hardly ever give 10's but this track does deserve one, its a beautiful harmony between two instruments my friend. I loved every part of it so ill add this one to my favorites.

i would like to hear more like this from you :)


sarias responds:

why thank you lol I spent a lot of time on this one, and my university (ASU) didn't like it very much because its too conservative, but if it would have been written 150 years ago it would be fine lol gotta hate modern music thanks for the review


FroFro

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good

I liked it. Even thought the audio file quality was pretty good even though you didn't think so. :) A good old fashion song that I could see being used in any sort of classical movie or RPG style game based in older times.

Looks like it should be a pretty good piece all around for your college portfolio and another decent piece all around. You're starting to become one of my favorite artists too listen to.

~ Review Request Club ~


sarias responds:

Aww well thanks :) ya i got that feeling after it was complete and decided people could use it for that if they wanted


InsanimationInsanimation

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Relaxing

The melody was lovely, and very relaxing. I think it worked best when it was going slow, but the faster bits were nice too.

I quite like how it almost loops back to the start seamlessly.

I could see this being an intro to almost any British TV show pre-1990, especially Poirot or something.

There's not much I can about it, but excellent job!

[Review Request Club]


sarias responds:

what tv do you watch? im curious lol i mean really what? thanks for the review though :)


SoapbubbleSoapbubble

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Composition? Perfect

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Score: 9 / 10
Summary: Composition? Perfect
Review: Tell you what. When you record this with a saxophone and get rid of that hideous MIDI, I'll 10/10 it, 5/5 it and add it to favorites.

No, I don't really like classical music, but this is great music. The "saxophone" go great with the piano. Harmonize perfectly together. The composition is well structured, and it's a soothing piece, something my dad can agree with. He was standing behind me when I listened to it.

I read Coop83's review, and I agree, this would slide easily into an 80s crime series.

The volume of the sax and piano doesn't go very well, though. Sax is a prominent instrument, so make sure it doesn't kill out the other instruments, if you want them all in.

A great piece. Looking forward to more from ya!

-=Review Request Club=-
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sarias responds:

ok i will let you know when all that is done thank you so much for the review :)


CoopCoop

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Well worked

It's a piece that reminds me of theme music for some sort of 1980s Agatha Christie crime drama production. I really like it, as it has that tone of suspense from the piano, led along nicely by the commanding tones of the saxophone. Perhaps it could have used a lower solo, just to re-assert itself, away from the piano, as that can tend to become more dominant after a while - it's the nature of the instrument.

It loops really well, so I can certainly see this getting quite a versatile market that it can be used for. Another great piece from you and I'll look forward to hearing more.

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sarias responds:

the volume of it is completely wrong when i get my sax player to play it it should be better never though agatha christie but cool :) thanks for the review and im looking forward to giving you more to listen to