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This is my entry for RAC7.
This song is mostly Based on the F Harmonic Minor scale,with Lydian mode. For the most part,the introduction is riddled with tempo alterations,mainly to give the feeling like how real Middle Eastern music would start-A long solo introduction in rubato.
I really researched by listening to alot of Israelian and Yiddish music,and reading up scores from these pieces where I could find them. Also,I did look back at my prior attempts at scoring/writing a desert feel,and I did find a notable artist that does alot of Middle Eastern Music(although he does Jazz;Avishai Cohen)The feeling I was trying to get here is entering the holy city of Jerusalem and one man's journey through it,hence the title name(the name was Samulis' Idea) And essentially one montage of a day in Jerusalem,Israel.