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The Arrival

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First test of some Orchestral things that I got from East West.

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This sounds like a evil wizard from those old movies appears and summon some people disguised as chinese dragons, My mind is very fertile aint it?
4/5 I liked it alot.



I liked this quite a bit. Definitely shows familiarity with ancient Greek era film soundtracks.


Possibly responds:

Thanks Rexxist, yeah, quite right, I was watching a documentary about the making of Cleopatra, such is the excitement of my life.


It's East West.
Quality is expected.


Possibly responds:

Heh, yup. All I have to do is try to live up to them.


Hey! I remember you! Nice to hear from you again, man! I like the instruments and moods. Sometimes the pacing seems a bit off, though: at the very beginning it seems more energetic, but then at :10 the strings really slow it down. That's really picky though. The instrument at the very beginning actually sounded electronic to me at first, believe it or not! XD I like the progression, though, and it loops well. I'd love to hear this piece extended a bit. It sounds like the arrival of an Indian prince riding on a HUGE elephant - is that what you were going for? Overall, I like it a lot! Hope you'll post more often in 2014, man! ;D


Possibly responds:

Cheers - yeah, I have loads of stuff, I've just been lazy about putting it on here. Umm, you're pretty close with your guess - I was thinking of a Cleopatra arriving with grand procession type thing - very close indeed!

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Possibly
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Score
4.54 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jan 16, 2014
7:30 PM EST
Genre
Classical
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1.9 MB
1 min 3 sec
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