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Date
11/15/2005
File Info
Song
3 MB
1 min 38 sec
Score
3.76 / 5.00

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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
Tags:
sad
russian
russia
dramatic

Author Comments

Yes. It's a short classical piece by me. I

Reviews


silentninja777silentninja777

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 26, 2006

Faewsome

IT was Really good.I wish someone would create a flash of the battle for stalingrad around it


Metalcan responds:

Thanks man. Yeah that would be awesome. :)


coMpLekScoMpLekS

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars July 20, 2006

Awesome

Hey its halfhouse. I decided to make a new account. You know, I had never heard of Mussorgsky, not being a huge classical fan, but since I liked your piece I decided to check him out and I can see why you like him. "Night of the Bare Mountain" is sweet especially around the middle where its really intense. You know, I might want to do some classical pieces in the future... thanks for introducing me. Enough about that though, Kick ass job on this one! Sounds real pro... like you have a real orchestra at your fingertips... I love it. It has a very Russian feel to it too I must say. When I hear it I can't help but to picture a snowy day in a Russian city. I noticed that you made this with Cubase... must... get... Cubase... ahhh! Keep up the great work and congrats on your platinum! 5!


Metalcan responds:

Hey! Yeah I love that Mussorgsky music, it's cool that I introduced you to it. ^^ Glad you liked my tune too.

Now about the programs I use, you don't need Cubase to make this. Cubase is just my sequencer of choice. Edirol HQ Orchestral VSTi is what makes the sound, and that can be used in any sequencer with VST support, like Sonar, Logic, FL Studio and so on.

Thanks much for the review!


AntonOxenukAntonOxenuk

Rated 4 / 5 stars July 16, 2006

hahaha! XD

I am a Russian! xD

This is great thing and i loved this... ehm... "anthem" :) sounds good!


Metalcan responds:

Always cool to hear what Russian people think of it. I'm glad you liked it. ^^


LaurenH20LaurenH20

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 20, 2006

this sad book i read/nutcracker/holocaust story

Is this a sad song? It seems a little sad-like to me. Well, I likes it. Good job buddy!


Metalcan responds:

Yep, it's a bit sad. Thanks!


WinTangWinTang

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 30, 2006

Stunning.

Superb, this. I love Mussorgsky too!
Composition and arrangement are awesome (great original but catchy theme), it's clear that you know very well what you're doing, harmonically. It's also great how you managed to come so near the intensity of actual instruments, with what I assume are VST plugins. Damn! I need to catch up on using those things!
Loved the coda bit as well. Yeah, truly fantastic work.
Listen to my piano piece "Exit Moscow" sometime, if you like it, we could make a Russian suite! XD
Don't expect the clarity of that to come anywhere near this though.


Metalcan responds:

Thanks for the nice review! I listened to Exit Moscow, and it was very cool!