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{Heim} Adagio for Strings

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Author Comments

Not to be confused with the famous 'Adagio for Strings' by Samuel Barber, this one I did for my own enjoyment, inspired by the fourth movement of Mahler's 5th Symphony. If you haven't heard Mahler's 5th Symphony, I highly recommend it :)

If you're going to vote, please listen through. If you're going to 0-bomb, please write a constructive criticism of what you want changed. Thank you, and enjoy!

(Edit: I added REVerence from Cubase 5's new reverb, which should make this piece sound much fuller)
-6/14/09

www.jeffheim.net

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I'm speechless...

I can't describe how much I love this song. Thanks for creating such a wonderful piece of music and sharing it with us.


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Nice Shape

It doesn't feel repetitive to me, the thing has shape dynamically, which makes it feel like it is going somewhere... Well you know opinions differ, but I don't feel it feels repetitive, it builds up nicely and then comes back down, which is something you really don't see too often anymore, people are obsessed with making things constantly epic, I mean epic is good, but it has to have shape, for the dynamics alone I'd have probably given a 10, but I like the writing too, so you didn't just get a freebee from me.


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Yep

Agree with the guy below. Maybe it was just me but it felt a little repetitive as well


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nice

nice and relaxing. not really much else to say


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Credits & Info

JeffHeim
Author

Uploaded
Jul 20, 2009
11:52 PM EDT
File Info
Song
7 MB
6 min 7 sec
Score
4.39 / 5.00

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.