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Aug 14, 2013 | 12:02 PM EDT
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16.2 MB
10 min 6 sec
Score
3.93 / 5.00

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Rated 3.93 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

This is the intense 10-minute overture I composed for the Capital Fringe Festival show "Dance of the Wasp and Spider" that played as the audience came in to sit down.

The play itself got inspiration from the recent shootings that have happened like Sandy Hook. It told the story of a college-bound young man whose mother suspected him of becoming the next shooter and investigated a plethora of reasons why someone might spiral into this sort of psychological madness.

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steampianiststeampianist

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Bravissimo!! gash... i felt like 10 mins was too short!


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GamekrazzyProductionGamekrazzyProduction

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This really emulates that mysterious investigation like feel. I like it. The break into the part at 1:57 is quite nice! And that part is a nice touch. I like the instrument choice at 2:30. Nice introduction to a new part at 2:47. I'd keep going but I don't think I need to continue filling this review with "I like...". There is a slight repetitiveness around 4 minutes in, but that might just be due to the length of the song. Overall I like how you keep the listener interested almost throughout the entire song. oooh I love the piano at 6:41 and it gets even better at 7:06! Nice trick of bringing the main melody back at 7:30. And the fast pace later really adds a huge sense of depth... It's like you were trying to tell the entire story of the play in a musical piece before the play started... However I wouldn't know if that were the case as I don't know the story of the play, aside from the bit you put in your comments.

I didn't like the ending as much as I would have liked, but still. This is a fantastic piece. Great work Zip!