Too slow of a beginning to be Don Quixote. It sounds more like a soldier, eager for battle, marching, then reaching the battle and realizing all that he misses. He is faced with hunger, long treks, but then reaches victory, only to have the war prolonged farther still. But the adventure continues, and where it leads, the adventurer follows.
Great job, and keep it up
-The Bravo Fox
Reminiscent of an opera
Feels like Don Quixote embarking on a quest.....
I must say, most of your work is impressive, what software did you use to compose it, out of curiosity?
All I can say is that this is a beautiful song with a natural quality, as if it was performed using real string instruments. Yet I worry that some classical music zero-voters will get a hold of this as it becomes more popular.
The first one and a half minutes have an epic quality to me. I can envision companions riding swiftly on horseback to a city far away. Very well done.
I see.. I had that thought, actually. Glad you enjoyed it.
Hi there, Bosa! Long time i haven't come in your page.
Let's begin, then.
So, your friend(or whoever he is), TripleS, played the violin. Well, he did an excellent, and i know what i'm talking about, 'cause i'm a violonist myself.
About the mood, well, there's plenty of ways to interpret it. In fact, i think you didn't aimed a particular mood, didn't you? So, yeah, i can't really say how do i interpret your song.
And at last, the reverb you added on each instrument is really an essential thing. It would sound empty without it. Oh, and the pause between the two parts was a bit long, but nothing serious.
Well, i think i said it all. No advice to give, really, you do know your stuff.
Just keep up the great work!
PS : i'm currently releasing a new series of songs, called "Major Arcana". I just thought it might interest you.
Oh? I might have to keep a track on that when you start to release them. Thanks for the review.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.