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Date
09/17/2012
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Song
3.5 MB
1 min 33 sec
Score
4.29 / 5.00

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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
Tags:
spanish
guitar
orchestral
cinematic

Author Comments

I somehow managed to write this today although I have been very sick... I really wanted to write a spanish song featuring Guitar ever since my "Spanish Conflict" piece ages ago. Finally, I found a progression that would give a good lead in and then the piece grew from there into a fast 6/8 section and back into a sweet yet dark ending, repeating the A theme slower and softer.

Feel free to give an interpretation or any feedback/thoughts on the music (I love hearing your ideas!).

Instrumentation:
Piccolo
Flute
F Horn
Trombone
Guitar
Cimbalon
Tenor Drum
Tambourine
Viola (section)
Cello (solo)
Contrabass (section)

Created using Finale 2009 and EWQL virtual instruments.

Reviews


zackitarzackitar

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 26, 2013

Isn't the cello and the contrabass the same thing? Or am i just ignorant T_T


samulis responds:

Nope. Contrabass are larger than cellos. In fact, Contrabasses are the last remnant of the De Gamba family of stringed instruments (they have a very slightly different shape than other stringed instruments).

Contrabass, upright bass, and string bass are all the same though. ;)


UlisesHUlisesH

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 22, 2012

Dude, this is cool, but "la malagueña" is always used for "spanish music" and its like cliche; but i have to admit that your counterpoint is awesome. Have you heard this vertion for classical guitar?, you have to do it.

Good luck

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8B6jOU zBKYc&feature=related


samulis responds:

Hey, that's a real cool version. I had not realized that both progressions were actually used in one song. Thanks for the insight. :)


dem0leculedem0lecule

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 17, 2012

What! fucking 0-bombers. The chord progression is what caught me the most. A masterpiece. Make it longer, plz!


samulis responds:

You just want all my music to be longer. :P

I might be able to enlarge it at some point.