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Apr 13, 2007 | 5:16 PM EDT
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Song
2 MB
2 min 0 sec
Score
3.79 / 5.00

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Rated 3.79 / 5 stars
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Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

I hope it's not too boring. ;-) 2 minutes long, modified wind ensemble.

Reviews


Joel-MarlerJoel-Marler

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice rhythm

I really like the rhythm throughout the piece, its quite strong - I couldnt help tapping my feet in time with it. the rhythm at around 45 seconds into the piece is particularly effective. The harmonics during the first 20 or so seconds and the 'conversation' between the different instruments is great too. The only bad point in the song is I think the ending is a bit too sudden - Im only just getting the hang of ending pieces, but I've found out that 'hinting' that the piece is going to end soon before the actual coda begins works well in preparing the listener for the end. Still one of my favourite pieces on this site though :)


Esn responds:

Thanks a lot for your review!

I agree that the ending is a bit underworked, and you're right that it could've been extended a little. Although frankly, I suspected the opposite; I was afraid that the ending passage was too predictable.

The rhythm of the piece could be made even better if some instruments weren't so slow on the attack that it feels like they're playing a bit behind the beat. Maybe I'll learn how to fix that some day and update the file.


TheNossinatorTheNossinator

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great work!

I enjoyed this! The marimba all the way through just made me smile...and the last little tap at the end!

Just correct me if I'm wrong, theres a flute/piccolo, trumpet, trombone, eupho (possibly, could be just low trombone), and of course, the marimba.

What program(s) did you use for this?

Another thing is the speed at which everything was played, and how everything fits together nicely!

Again, great work, and keep it up!


Esn responds:

Flute, French horn, 2 trumpets, trombone, tuba and marimba.

Good guess, though. And thanks for the great review! I actually edited the sound file in December to improve the sound quality a bit - it hadn't sounded so good before, which may be why it didn't get much attention.

I just used Finale 2007 for this, with the Garittan Personal Orchestra (which comes bundled with it). To be honest, I just write the notes and Finale/GPO plays them. I've learned how to adjust a few settings here and there, but I still don't really know how it all works.


DefenseAssassinDefenseAssassin

Rated 4 / 5 stars

nicely done

It was good. I enjoyed it. Keep up the good work.