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Amazing Grace (Insane Iguana)

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Uploaded
Mar 24, 2007 | 3:25 PM EDT
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760.3 KB
48 sec
Score
3.30 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.30 / 5 stars
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619 Plays | 112 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

Amazing Grace with 8 piano parts. Cool, huh?

Reviews


eevee44eevee44

Rated 5 / 5 stars

wow

my god bless you for this talent

god bless



BezmanBezman

Rated 3 / 5 stars

doubling-up sounds good. But develop it more!

I liked the way it sounded thanks to you doubling-up on all the notes.

I don't understand why there's about 20s of silence at the end.

Also, you could have developed the piece a bit more... it does sound like you kinda thought of something interesting to do with the tune, but then left it that. Develop it!

It does sound good though, specially if you listen to the other version just before, as I did. (Listening to NGAPRadio with shuffle off.)


MrIguana responds:

the other version was a music theory project that i did. i expanded on it with this. the 20s of silence was because i forgot to delete the extra measures in finale(oops). I should fledge it out more and add some of my own rhythms too.

thanks for the review


Music-storyMusic-story

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Umm how many ?

You really love amazing grace. Too many though and I really can't tell much of a difference in any of them. Very short, good playing but it all comes down to you didn't compose this song. I can't give you a 10 because not your and not a 9 cause so short its like a loop. Try something new next time. New song, your own composition and you know what I mean. 5/5 voting keeping your score at 5 and 8/10 review. Bye for now


MrIguana responds:

Thanks. There actually are 8 different piano parts, but you can't tell because it's a lot of arpeggiation and the volume control in finale sucks, so that explains the clutter and the blah. It was for a Music Theory project that I got a 97/100 on. Thanks for the review.