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(Orchestral) Quirky Comedy Cue

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Jul 30, 2007 | 7:54 PM EDT
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921.1 KB
40 sec
Score
3.70 / 5.00

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Rated 3.70 / 5 stars
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Transitional cue for a comedy short film from Spring of 2007.

Reviews


seadotseadot

Rated 5 / 5 stars

nice...

Very Tim Burton/Danny Elfman. I like it! I think it works great for comedic in that regard. Yeah, "dark humor."



eagleman5eagleman5

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

kind of dark

i'd have to agree that this dark music doesnt seem so humorous. of course it is perfect to show some cloaked man moving by the cover dark. it is great music, well composed and played, but its not so light .

5/5 whether or not its comedic


Shadow16nh responds:

Thank you, perhaps I should have been more specific and wrote "dark comedy".


MaestroRageMaestroRage

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

A comedy cue you say?

Hello Shadow!

For a comedy cue you say eh? I felt the song was much too sinister and malice oriented to really speak of a comical value to me.

The harpischord and dissonant celesta did quite little to make me laugh, but did plenty to make me shed tears. They're out to get me now! I know it >_>!!!

It IS a well built piece, no doubt, but I personally don't see it for a comedy bit. I hope the review doesn't bum you out, I merely wanted to tell you my honest thoughts.

Keep up the good fight and keep em coming!


Shadow16nh responds:

The short film was a dark comedy about a high school popular girls clique, one of the girls gets shot after antagonizing an awkward kid, who then goes on a shooting spree. The rest of the film involves the surviving members of the clique concerning themselves with how to clean up the dead girls clothes and make-up her face to look good for the television cameras. Because of the aristocratic themes within the movie, I chose to occasionally use the harpsichord as a sort of timbral motif for them during instances where they were being outrageously selfish or shallow.