Snowflake Sonata

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A scene of waking up to the first snow fall. Rushing to put on more layers than you've had to put on all year, and running out the door to greet the falling snow. Before you even think of grabbing your sled or packing the season's first snowball, you look up to the giving clouds and feel each snowflake as it falls and melt on your face. Your eyes close as a Christmas miracle happens, and you forget about every problem the year has ever put against you.

this song was done in quite a hurry of 6 hours, and, due to Finale being stubborn, im forced to use a pretty generic sound system. Please excuse the crappy sounding string and piano sounds, and very crappy dynamic/tempo changes.



Sorry for taking so long to review this!

I don't know, something about this song makes me want to run outside and watch the snow... despite the fact that it's almost midnight. Excellent composition, I like each part for what it is and all of them flow well. Piano sounds great, especially with tempo changes. Strings sound somewhat screechy, but I'm not going to blame you for that.

Overall, a very well-written piece, really captures the season! Keep up the good work!


LacrimosaMuse responds:

thanks again. Ive been waiting to see some new reviews and yet again you seem to understand the mood im trying to capture. The strings do sound worse in this program than anywhere else, and they're eighth note part falls pretty flat from what I wanted, but you have to do the best with what you ahve right? Im saving up for MOTU, so no more of this EQd crap :)


the starting sounds like a cellphone ringtone... love the song of the piano.

LacrimosaMuse responds:

lol it is pretty much cell phone quality, but the program is actually able to use tempo changes that i needed

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Credits & Info

4.04 / 5.00

Dec 22, 2008
2:57 PM EST
File Info
3.2 MB
2 min 49 sec

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