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Tango with the Devil

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Jun 17, 2017 | 11:41 AM EDT
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3.3 MB
3 min 38 sec
4.24 / 5.00

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This piece rapresents a challenge between the devil (flute) and a sly man (bass clarinet) in form of a tango. The melodies are weaved togheter as the piece progress. I composed this for the NGADM 2017 in two days.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I like the sound design and mood. The piece has a good flow and amusing melodic content. The section at 1:56 offered some great structural variety, although I think you could’ve done a lot more with dynamics and phrasing in this piece. The part at 2:58 is really amusing as well, and I like the soft, somewhat somber ending. You could’ve done a bit more with the drums here, just to give the piece a little more drive, but in a way simplicity is an asset for this piece. In some of the busier sections of the piece (such as 2:30), the cymbals had a little trouble coming through the mix, but overall the instruments are very well-balanced. Perhaps the main riff could’ve used a little more variation, too - there are a lot of repeated cadences here. Still, this is strong work. Keep it up! :D


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Thank you very much for taking time to rate this. This analysis is very helpful for me to get better :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Love this.
Creative and enjoyable tune.
Title and description are awesome. :]
Good job!

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PomicStone responds:

Thank you very much!