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Date
05/04/2007
File Info
Song
1.6 MB
1 min 25 sec
Score
4.08 / 5.00

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Rated 4.08 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

something that popped into my mind while climbing stairs of a hospital

edit may 21 2008- After reading some reviews here, i think i should write some explanations about this tune.
Is an old project, the melody popped into my mind in the summer of 2003 when i was taking care of my ex wife. I was climbing the stairs to her room after i found out that she have cancer, so, i guess that's why this is not really a happy song ...
I stayed with this tune in my mind for one year, i was busy with other things, not having time and will do make music.
Thanx for listening, i hope the story will not make you too sad.
As one of the reviews say "now you've made me afraid of walking up hospital stairsl" , well, i hope you'll never have to.
Stay healthy and happy (also rich if you can).

Reviews


NickPerrinNickPerrin

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Excellent

A heavily-textured, complex, well-orchestrated and interesting piece. Only thing that bugs me is the extremely simple piano part - for some reason I feel like it would be a waste of a concert pianist, haha. But with no other instrument or combination of instruments can you get that specific sound, so it tends to work pretty well in the context of this song. All the little flourishes of strings, bells, oboe, and the brass "rips" are a great touch.

I love it, keep it up!


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sorohanro responds:

thanx
that with piano doubling the bass line and play simple things you can hear in several classical works (The Carnival of the Animals by Camille Saint-Saƫns ) and also some film scores (Dick Tracy by Danny Elfmann)
well, i didn't calculate anything, this popped into my mind like it is, in a very specific moment
i think my mind transpose feeling directly into music sometimes... lucky me :))
thanx for your nice words


OnimaruchanOnimaruchan

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love this

This is an amazing song. Plus I love songs with bells in it, especially darker, more suspenseful songs since bells help the feel of the song out.


sorohanro responds:

well, from dark feelings you get dark music ... i heraed that in my head (yes i hear things, but no voices ... yet) in a very sad moment in my liffe
thanx for review


SKULLRAGESKULLRAGE

Rated 5 / 5 stars

truly amazing

i listen mostly all kinds of music but the one i really like is classic cuz it have some feeling that make u really in the music and also the suspense of the music...this music have all of them, u have such a amazing talent and don't let go of it...


People find this review helpful!
sorohanro responds:

hey, thanx
glad you like my music, glad you found something special about it
i can't let go of my talent, i work in a Philarmony now (again ... )
is a very nice thing when people take their time to give me som feedback on my works, thanx again


jelloeggjelloegg

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

cool

Wow! This is a cool song. I love percussion instruments, especially bells.


People find this review helpful!
sorohanro responds:

thanx for review, i love bells and glockenspiel, those give weight to sound... i think


No1rNo1r

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Perfectly

fits with the moment you was living.
You should be writing soundtracks for films ..
this music rules sorohan..


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sorohanro responds:

hey, you are back... i am back ... wow ...
by the way, i'm now in Lithuania making a soundtrack for a movie ;)