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Sep 12, 2011 | 6:58 PM EDT
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3 MB
2 min 12 sec
Score
4.11 / 5.00

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Rated 4.11 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Basically, these are puzzle pieces I've yet to put together. Three seperate parts of...something. I've yet to decide how I'll arrange these into a symphony, or any other type of orchestra work. Suffice to say, this is a work in progress. This is just what I've sketched out thus far.

I don't have all that much experience working with larger ensembles, in this case a "full" orchestra. that said, your honest opinions would be MOST appreciated.

Also, keep in mind, the transitions are all but not existant, and the reason for that is like I said, these are just three pieces of a puzzle I've yet to put together.

Thank you, and enjoy!

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BowserThedestructiveBowserThedestructive

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very Intriging!

The 3 segments appear to me after a second listen through. Here is what I get from it.
1. 1st segment -an Uproar of emotion bursting through (first 30 seconds).
2. 2nd segment -thinking more thoroughly (40 seconds to 1:30).
3. 3rd segment -compromise and resolution. (1:40 to end)

It almost doesn't need a transition but adding one with those 3 emotional effects might assist you in how to transgress from the 3 pieces.

I think adding some more strings and maybe some strong punchy percussion might adding to the song has a whole but only with the ensemble sections the solo quiet sections should stay. That's pretty much all I can think of it hope it helps.


VooDooCompositions responds:

Thank you! I was actually thinking the same about the percussion, but as a string player it's hard to progress out of my comfort zone sometimes (I'm especially intimidated by Brass). But, I do enjoy a good percussion section. Thank you for your review! It is greatly appreciated.