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Carol of the Trolls

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To enter the Christmas spirit, I thought to give a spin to "Carol of the Bells" for Rig's "Christmas Challenge".
http://www.newgrounds.com /bbs/topic/1216910

"Carol of the Bells" (also known as the "Ukrainian Bell Carol") is a choral miniature work originally composed by the Ukrainian composer Mykola Leontovych.
Here, you have it in the interpretation of the trolls and gnomes (thanks Tonehammer for the helium choir library).
Used Tonehammer Gnomehammer, Kontakt PlayerVileann Pipes, Independence Free Church Organ and a glockenspiel patch "home made".

Track arranged, sequenced, mixed by Mihai Sorohan in 2010.

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nice

its so chritmasie


sorohanro responds:

Warming your heart, isn't it ?
:)))


awesome my brother says

downloading this for mr bro.thnx!!



It's cute

But I was expecting Trololol or something <_> It's still good though :]


sorohanro responds:

Trololol would be way too classic ... class-sick...
Thanks for review.


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Don't know why I havn't reviewed this yet... It is disturbingly well done. I don't even understand why no one has made a flash for this yet.... It's definately funny. 10/10... I have a pretty good idea who is going to win this "Christmas Challenge"... oh btw you should check out my submission for this... :D Nice song.


sorohanro responds:

Christmas Challenge got some very nice tracks. I'll take a listen to yours a bit later.
Thanks for review.


lol fuckin funny

i never toulk music to be funny before. so you are a fucking genius


sorohanro responds:

There are tons of funny stuff around here. You should check alienredwolf and TheBardOfBlasphemy. Those are absolutely BRILLIANT !!!
Thank for review.

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Dec 15, 2010
7:41 PM EST
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Classical
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1 min 9 sec

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