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Jul 27, 2014 | 8:35 AM EDT
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3.65 / 5.00

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This is just another one of my old compositions. Two instruments: an octaved piano and a harpsichord. If I remember correctly, the harpsichord (cembalo) is improvised, to a large extent at least. The balance between the two intruments is not that great, but as this is hust a small fun song, I won't be so hard on myself :p



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Harpsichord is one of my favorite instruments so this was quite a ball to listen to (because it reminds me of a ball)

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LucidShadowDreamer responds:

Hahha, thanks! This is really a bit ballsy :D
I love the harpsichord too, although it's mostly used much more professionally than in this little piece XD


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I like the mood and progression. Sounds like music from a montage or flashback thing they would do on The Simpsons. ;) It's fun and upbeat, yet also has an attractive degree of simplicity. Good work, LSD! ^^

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LucidShadowDreamer responds:

Thanks! I agree with the fact that this could fit in the Simpsons too. As LunyAlex mentioned, this piece has some Danny Elfman-esque feels to it XD


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I really enjoyed this.

It's as if Mozart and Danny Elfman became best friends after meeting at a party one night.
Solemn and classical with a few wacky grins in between.

(As constructive criticism: I think the slightly mysterious vibe begs for a bit of Hall reverb. Would go a far way atmospherically IMO. )

5/5 - Would use in scene where The Duke's daughter dances with her groom-to-be for the first time (planned wedding), as she stares into his slightly insane gaze, discovering he's not the boring fat cat she imagined.

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LucidShadowDreamer responds:

Thanks a lot LunyAlex!

I've got to love your reviews, as they are so unlike any other reviews I get XD
You're definitely right in that I should've added hall reverb to this. It's just that my laziness got in the way of such things. This is a recording from early 2013, and as I'm currently doing military service (unwillingly due to conscription laws D:), I'm uploading old pieces instead of new ones :p
That's a weak defence though :3

I like that scenario you painted in my mind too :')