This is a very awesome song. I spent a whole half hour listening over and over again. This is the best clssical music I've ever heard. The way you started out slow and brought it out much stronger is simply amazing. I could use this in one of my up coming projects after my Clock Day flashes. Thanks for submitting!
you are an amazing artist!
you've become a favorite almost instantly.
as you said, the delay does make me feel uneasy.. like i don't know what to expect. very anxious, nervous, but somewhat mischievious.
i like it.
you are an amazing artist. to bring out so much emotion from the listener. i can picture out a whole scene to this.
Damn you >_<!
I don't know, I thought there was some serious delay laggage issues, heh, I am sure this is all done on purpose on your half, but I don't know if it worked out too well.
After that initial intro, you bring in those low strings, and it sounds pretty damn neat, and then you blam me right back into that strange delayed tune, BUT, its quite more powerful.
You have a very powerful mindset, and you are quite skilled. I can only hope to aspire to such skill!
I am glad you didn't use much percussional stuff in this song (save that timpini in the background), it gave the song a very dark feeling, and especially with a title like that!
Once again, everything from me surfertmex. Good job man. And wheres the full version of A short Medieval Dance? HUH!? I was promised a full song :P.
Good stuff, keep them coming!
Once again thanks for the awesome review!
The delay is intentional. As you may tell, this movement does not have any bar lines or meter! For the listeners sake, however, each musical phrase is divided into 32 standard beats (or 8 measures of 4 beats) to sort of clean things up and make it somewhat listenable. I was trying to make it so that the listener would feel extremely uneasy and difficult to grasp what's lying ahead, much like someone might feel before he/she plans to murder the one who their wife/husband cheated on them with.
There is a full story to be told here. More movements are on their way :).
And don't you worry - a long medievil dance is on its way as well :).
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.