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Date
01/30/2010
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Song
5.8 MB
6 min 18 sec
Score
4.13 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Hi there!
Here's my new composition that gained a distinction, an "Audience prize" and "Player's prize" on XI Compositor's Contest in Warsaw, Poland. The subject of competition was a piece of music inspired by Chopin, by using some fragments from his compositions and making the whole piece on them. I'm presenting you "My concept" of this fragments. Listen, enjoy and of course make a comment please :D
Cheers,
Martin

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Orchestra of "XIV Student's Music Forum" conducted by Michal Lukasz Nizynski

Reviews


SticksOdoomSticksOdoom

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 2, 2010

this is the SHIT.

This is amazing. Just completely breathtaking.. Really not much else to say, other than it was fantastic. Everything flows perfectly, I would love to see this in a movie, or hear it on the radio. This is actually big.

10/10
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AmiolasAmiolas

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 2, 2010

Very powerful.

To me, it goes well together with toccata, one of your other pieces, that I for one love. But with this one, this one delves into my imagination and creates hundreds of scenes. My father is a classical composer and he thought it was very well done, (he loves violins) and I love this one as well.

It's almost as if it is multiple songs combined into one, because of the many contrasting elements the music shifts through, from a calm, dancing tone to a rough, jagged tone that would suit a scene where a man is slowly going insane, and then to a powerful scene that could be sadness related, such as a death in a movie or a play.

Yet this song does not falter in the slightest, it combines these many different elements so fluently, I had to download it.

Amazing work my friend, keep it up.



JeaniozJeanioz

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 1, 2010

You will win again... :)

The strings flow perfectly. The Poland music is really good. :P

Thank you again for one more excellent song. :)



ZOMGBIEZOMGBIE

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 1, 2010

I have very little to say about this...

...because it left me completely speechless. This level of composition work just humbles me in every way and reminds my college graduate mind exactly how much I do not know. With that said, I will end with this; it's beautiful.



ViceSuperiorViceSuperior

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 1, 2010

Thank You

I am a worldly man, I have respect and find pleasure in most musique but on Newgrounds I haven't heard as many profound classical compositions as this one. My ears and soul are in your debt.


robomanus responds:

Thank you very much! :)