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May 22, 2012 | 10:27 AM EDT
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7.3 MB
3 min 13 sec
3.61 / 5.00

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Rated 3.61 / 5 stars
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850 Plays | 48 Downloads
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Rated 4 / 5 stars

I love the thing the low string does at :22. Those high string things at the beginning remind me of that Radiohead song How to Disappear Completely. I DIG the piano note at :29 (that really dissonant note), within the context of the melody. It's so weird and unpredictable, yet cool. I'm curious as to why you chose the accordion. As soon as it left at :46, the mood of the piece COMPLETELY changed, and I feel like all the other instruments want to go somewhere and the accordion won't let them. There's this tense dynamic between them that bugs me, but it's your call what to do with the piece. Otherwise, the scoring is dope. You certainly have a knack for this kind of thing.

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bearskin responds:

Thanks for the helpful review! That's one of my favorite Radiohead songs, though I didn't intentionally borrow from it. I had been playing around with this motif on the piano for a while and when I suddenly decided to make something out of it, I wanted a different sound than the piano. I like the tension the accordion creates for what I'm trying to get across with this piece, but I might consider doing something different with the theme in the future. Thank you for your kind words.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

As soon as the accordion started playing, I instantly thought of a Mario level in one of the many castles.

I noticed the tags (sad/dark/regret) and I must say you get the point across. Great job!

bearskin responds:

Thanks for the review!