This is easily one of my Favourite pieces by you. After a large search through your audio submissions I see that you have a lot to offer. This being one of them. Keep it up. :D
Wow, this is the weirdest song I've heard today. Well, you certainly get all ten points for originality. At first the song was just plain strange. The weird morphing and detuning and such was just kind of odd. I can imagine some kind of story going along with this...What that story is though? I have no clue. :P
A lot of variety in there too. I thought that the comical effects were excelent! As the previous reviewer said, the bag-pipe section was very uplifting. The part with the strings was very simple, and...Ominous at first, but it then shifted gears again.
Well, this isn't exactly my kind of music, but I found it entertaining in the least. Great job with the effects, diversity and originality! :)
Thanks! Good thing my efforts were a success! It is a bit hard to undertand, yet I'll give you the story to save time. I was at a yard sale.. and I happened to come across an old picture player maybe.. mid 1920's or so. Anyways, I bought it for 5 bucks (A good deal, I have you know!) and I took it home with me. Now then.. the music starts when I enter my home and try to hook it up, whilst doing so, I'm crashing into everything.. tumbling and trying to hook this ancient thing up. At last, I manage to get it running.. and press the button.. Huzzah! It plays! But.. oh no!!! Ah well, a minor tune up on it.. Then, the unspeakable happens. Since I seen something unspeakable, I will not say it. Yet, working through the late nights, fixing and repairing.. a montage with the trumpets and strings. And finnaly, it is fixed.
There you go,
I love this one!
Well hello there again Bosa. Looks like you're a really fast composer. It's not long time passed when I reviewed Vu Bakveesh (The Hard Worker)and now you already have two new ones.
And this time you got my points with this one. I could absolutely imagine a story for this. The story is this:
An old man is trying to find a film tape - he's falling all around in a comical way. Than he finally got the whole stuff working and starts to watch a movie from his good old times - from the cheerull times (I mean the piano here - loved it.) The detuning of the melody was a great effect made me imagine this story even better.
When the slow string part came in I can imagine that the old man is starts to feel sorrow for these times that passed or the movie has raised beloved and painful memories from his past. Maybe he's a world war 2 veteran and he has remembered his comrades after watching some cheerfull films of the good old times with together.
The last part with the bagpipe was really uplifting - like the old man would smile and think: rest in piece brothers I'll join you when my time comes and we will meet each other...
So Bosa: this time the contrast in the track worked out really well for me. I loved it - again as always the slow string part and the slow dramatic melodies were great and uplifting. And this time the cartoonish/comical music was fitting to the whole composition as well. So you got my 5 that's for sure. Great job!
Thanks, man. I originally meant it to be comical to hopeful, and you matched the story quite well. This took some work, but I managed to play it out perfectly and the way I wanted it. I'll be sure to check out some of your stuff.
I really don't know what to make of this piece. I never have heard something like this before... Keep it up!
Me niether. Just hope you haven't opened a portal to hell by listening to it.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.