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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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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


CodenameBobCodenameBob

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 30, 2008

nice dilevery

perfect match to your story, sounds something like a scene from a scary christmas story, gives a wieghted effect like black hole


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sorohanro responds:

he he ... (bitter smile) tell me about worse christmass ever ...
thanx for review


HolyDemonAndyHolyDemonAndy

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 28, 2008

Awesomeness. Pure. Downright. :)

;o I take it money might've been a problem with what happened to your ex-wife? If you don't mind my asking of course. I'm really sorry about your loss. This is a very, very good song. Inspiring even, and can be used for many different sad and scary pieces. It definitly has the overtone of death, I think. Death, despair, a touch of hopelessness. Something like that, I think. :o This was one of the good things that can seep through the cracks embedded in the baddness of a situation such as yours. :l I might check out your other music later, no guarantees. :) I just happened to see this while I was looking for music, and I'm really glad the title caught my eye. :P My vote might not be worth as much as some people's... >,> Lol. But it's still worth something, and I hope my review is as well. I'm a bit of a movie maker. I might use this in something I'm currently working on, as well as two long-term projects I have in the works. :)


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sorohanro responds:

thanx
i'm glad you like it and took time to review.
this is the second tune inspired from that situation, first is Ice Princess(in memoriam) and i hope you'll like that one too.
also i have some other stuff ... happier ;)


vonmalekithvonmalekith

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 16, 2008

Hmm

dont take this wrong, but this film really reminded me of the music in harry potter n stuff... dont take offence by that i like some of the music in that lol

tis a great song bud, love how the piano is that slow, keeps the whole thing roling kinda...


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sorohanro responds:

harry potter music was written by John Williams, who wrote also music for Superman, Star Wars and a lot more ... he is one of my favourites, so i really take it as a compliment
thanx for review


MaXounetMaXounet

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 27, 2008

Elfmann ?

Not Harry potter for me, i didn't saw the movie so... :P

But it reminds me a lot the work of Danny Elfmann on Jack or The Corpse Brid... really nice ambiance.


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sorohanro responds:

great compliment, thanx
Danny Elfmann is one of my favourite composers
i have a more "DannyElfmannish" tune here, is called "Shaddows 2"
thanx for review


Maximus61Maximus61

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 25, 2008

Christmas ;p

this is a dark christmas :D


sorohanro responds:

you have to see "The Nightmare Before Christmas", an animation movie by Tim Burton (and music by my favorite composer, Danny Elfmann)