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Walking in the Desert

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Date
03/08/2010
File Info
Song
2.6 MB
2 min 50 sec
Score
4.19 / 5.00

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Genres:
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Author Comments

"Walking in the Desert" is the third of three pieces written for a good friend that's gonna use them in an animation presentation.

The three pieces were made following the water, wind and earth elements theme; and this piece is the one related to the element of earth.

You can find the other 2 pieces at my audio page, they're called:
"Dwelling at the Bottom of the Ocean" and "Flying with the Wind"

Hope you enjoy it! take care everyone!

Javi

Reviews


palagrizpalagriz

Rated 5 / 5 stars

its official,this is like the 4th song i heard from ya.....and you are quickly becoming a favorate.


Jabicho responds:

Thanks so much my friend!


LavitzSlambertLavitzSlambert

Rated 5 / 5 stars

intense

This song is intense in emotion, like your stranded in the desert and not just walking through it. Will I survive? the end of the song tells us yes, as it sounds more hopeful!

great work, yet again jabi,
-Lavitz


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Jabicho responds:

Thanks so much Lavitz! im happy you enjoyed it


NecropuppeteerNecropuppeteer

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Once again my friend...

I am astounded at you ability to play.
All I can say is keep up the awesome work.
I still have yet to find a piece I haven't liked.


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Jabicho responds:

Thanks so much for the support my friend! Im glad you liked it!


BenjazBenjaz

Rated 5 / 5 stars

As Always!

Thx man!!! This is awesome

Thank you for sharing!!! ^_^ Nice work


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Jabicho responds:

Thxs for that man! glad you liked it!
Thanks for listening! =D


AnimithAnimith

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Review Request Club

And so comes piece number three! I remember reviewing your water themed one; let's see how earth matches up.

The piano to start with is wonderful. The chord progression starts of pretty melancholy, but then gets a lot happier; as if the sun was rising over the desert, and just for the first 30 seconds you get this great uplifting feeling somehow. And then when the strings come in, just...gah. I love piano with strings, I think they're sounds that compliment eachother infinitely, and you do it so well, here. They're really subtle, as if just ghosting across as a backing accompaniment, but they're present enough to really give an extra boost to the texture.

Love the change in melody at 0:56; I was about to say that the melody could have done with changing a little bit, and with this next section the piano starts getting a lot more lyrical in its melodies. The change in pace is also really nice; again giving that uplifting feeling. That I think the left hand definitely could have done with a little more variety; by 1:45ish especially it starts sounding a little muddy. But it was only for a moment...to be honest I'm trying to find anything to criticise about this piece, because generally it's pretty faultless. The melody is great, the harmony evokes a variety of emotions and the strings-while perhaps almost too distant at times-add a great layer of texture to an already awesome piece. I think I said it last time, but if I didn't: Your friend is lucky to have you writing for him. xD

-Review Request Club


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Jabicho responds:

Hi there my friend! It's amazing knowing you checked my three pieces, it works great for an overall perspective about them. Thanks for saying that I join strings well =)
Hehe yep, sometimes I just let the left hand do little work, but I'll work hard to improve the part that it can take into a piece.
Thanks again for saying those wonderful words, hehe I'm lucky too to have people like you to help me improve =)

Thanks for the wonderful support! take care =)