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Feb 5, 2006 | 12:52 AM EST
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Song
2.7 MB
2 min 57 sec
Score
3.47 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.47 / 5 stars
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926 Plays | 313 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

SineQuaNon's submission. 2:56 or so. Strings, french horn, bass drum.

Reviews


MaestroSorrowMaestroSorrow

Rated 5 / 5 stars

*JUDGE REVIEW - MAESTRO SORROW*

SineQuaNon's Ballade in F minor

Faction 1
Originality : 18
Diversity : 18
Clarity : 20
Effort : 19
Melody : 20

Overall : 95

Originality:
I am not that well versed in ballades, so I am not sure exactly where you got your inspiration, wether it be from reality, or if this grand piece just popped out of your head, regardless I felt it was still very original and the tune has been stuck in my head for a while.

Diversity:
There are few instruments here, but you more then make up for it with what you make them play, these notes are very diverse, and extremely fluent (I think i'll be mentioning that for a WHILE).

Clarity:
Absolutely no popping, no hissing, no distortion, even the timpini in the background didn't do nothing to disrupt the waveform, top marks here.

Effort:
Everything you make has so much effort dripping from it, it burns. There is really nothing much to add here, good stuff.

Melody:
You've got quite the ear, but afterall with the insane amount of stuff you know, this melody was probably a walk in some form of park or other ;). Absolutely adored it, top marks here.

Overall impression on me:
The song has a very dark and subtle tones of epic to it, which I adored of course. There is no disruptuncies in the song, and everything flows just fine.

I wonder how this song would have sounded like with some reverbed snares, all echoed up, to give it a ghostly, ethereal feeling.

I love the story this piece tells me SineQuaNon, wonderfully done.

Great stuff SineQuaNon, Thank you for joining the contest and giving us this piece!



GrumbledukeGrumbleduke

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Must, crush, capitalism...

Sounds like a neo-Russian symphony movement! The feeling you managed to coax from those strings is amazing.



ImperfectDiscipleImperfectDisciple

Rated 5 / 5 stars

: 0h my gosh

Wow! That was one of the most professional pieces I've ever heard. Greatness in every category.