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Apr 9, 2005 | 1:58 AM EDT
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43 sec
3.99 / 5.00

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Intro to a score I wrote for concert band - never quite finished it though so be nice :)



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Best unfinished song I ever heard.

Why leave it unfinished when you can grace our ears with the finished piece? Please do, it would mean a lot to all of us NG'ers! Thanks for submitting!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

be nice eh?

you said be nice, but thats pretty hard to do when something of this magnititude isn't finished!!!


I would kill to hear this live... Even just recording it and putting the piece up here would be a service to NG and myself.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Love this

You really need to finish this, if you haven't already...I'm a music lover of all genres, and this is a wonderful piece.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Abram's Pursuit

The intro to you piece is almost exactly like a part of a song called Abram's Pursuit, a song byDavid R. Holsinger. I don't know whether you have heard that piece before, so I will go easy on you.

surfertmex responds:

Abram's Pursuit is actually one of my favorite songs for concert band, and I have to disagree with you... the intro to Abram's Pursuit is much much better than what I have composed. I think you are refering to the Saxaphone/Horn/Percussion line in Abram's in the beginning - it is nothing like what I have composed. First off, the time singiture in his piece changes quite rapidly, often going from 3/4 to 5/4 and several others as well as the piece progresses. Mine is only in 4/4, changing once before the first chorus. Both songs place emphasis on the standard "dotted quarter - dotted quarter - quarter" syncapation, although I admit Holsinger is much more sophisticated :). I can see where you are coming from though, as both songs have new voices introduced as they progress further and further into their respective pieces.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Nice work

It's a tad short, but I can attest that it is hard enough to write music longer than 90 seconds (or 10 seconds on a bad day).

Synths will never be perfect, but it still sounds pretty good.

surfertmex responds:

True... it just takes time - All this really was was an attempt to make one of my compositions for concert band completely out of synths... I got bored with it midway through the first induction of the chorus so I quit. Its actually a full song though (sounds killer live too). Thanks alot for the review though - review my others if you get a chance. :)