this... this is awesome! reminds me of the Terran Empire from star trek too haha
Some type of dark, epic, betrayal taking place. I could write a whole story about it, but... Something along the lines of a grand reveal, the final stage, only to find that the one you've been persuing is none other than... (Character you never expected!)
I really like it. I would add more detail, but I'm no composer or anything, I'm just going to say I like it, you're great, make more like this.
im never really able to find something classical that has as dark or heavy a style as this. keeps up the good work!
I'm glad you liked it. The piece I'm working on now is very dark and heavy. I'll send you a PM to let you know when I release it!
I liked the piano solo in the middle and then when the violin joined in with it the beauty of the mood was effortlessly brought out.
Thanks! I had some fun with this one. It's pretty simple, but gets the job done.
Perfect, the instruments seemed to shadow into each other at times. You have given me some things to think about for my own pieces. One problem though, at 1:37 it sounds like your hitting two keys right beside each other, I'm not sure, but it may be harmony, but to an average listener, it will definitely sound like a clunker. I recommend playing each song before speakers loudly and quietly, and then plug in headphones and listen to each pan. That is what I do before finalizing any of my music, and you will definitely catch any notes that sounds out of place. But alas, 10/10 my friend
Thanks for the extensive review! Those dissonant notes at 1:37 are part of a dissonance, resolution pattern. I'll admit they are a little, sloppy since they're so exposed like that. I have taken your advice to listen the the songs in different ways(headphones, loud, soft) though. Still, I would hope that people would enjoy music with nice head phones or speakers, so that I don't have to worry about writing for the people listening on laptop speakers haha!
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.