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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


BlazingDragonBlazingDragon

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 4, 2007

Bells at last!

It was very nice to hear the bells for once, as I play them in my school band quite often. :) You don't hear many songs on here with them.

I really liked the song. I love the bells throughout the song, especially when they do this downward, faster motion later on in the song. I liked the percussion as well, and the tubuler bells. The waltz-like piano was nice and it was complimented by the strings. I liked the brass seasoned throughout as well. There was a nice level of variety too! I liked the oboe too, btw.

Nice job as a whole! I like the instrumentation and variety. I LOVE the waltz feel. It was fun for me to listen too, and a bit haunting. Very good job, though I would love to hear it with some better samples.

5/5


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sorohanro responds:

well, bells... one of my favourite percussion instruments...
didn't quite used too much cause i didn't find good samples of it .
Glad you liked my work, i'll check yours later ;)