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Defining Grace


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curtithird

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Noticed I haven't uploaded in over a year. Here's a composition done in East/West Symphonic Orchestra!
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Uploaded: Sep 05, 2013 - 03:34:50 PM
Last Updated: Oct 07, 2013 - 08:32:07 PM Last Played: Jan 10, 2017 - 11:33:14 AM
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Philip18 said 1541 days ago (September 5th, 2013)
Defining grace
Majestic sort of opening, so the entry of the light piano was a bit of a surprise - but an enjoyable one as the interplay with the strings continues. Very entertaining!
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MartinD28 said 1540 days ago (September 6th, 2013)
Defining Grace
I like the piece - the melody is soothing. The echo seems different and does lend a contemporary vibe, but I'm thinking something more conventional to match the rest of the piece. Nice composition!
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egobandit said 1540 days ago (September 6th, 2013)
grace
does define this well like the composition the violins and [iano swirl together I enjoyed!
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Llarion said 1536 days ago (September 10th, 2013)
East/West is amazing
Lovey orchestrations! fun little dance between the piano and viola... great use of pizz... Hey, Alimar on here uses East/West too, you should compare notes with him; go hear his latest...
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paul f. page said 1527 days ago (September 20th, 2013)
oboe d'amore?
I love the rich sound that this woodwind makes in your opening...I agree with the comment (above) about the piano, preferring to hear the strings just carry on as accompaniment throughout as you add flute and other orchestral elements. ... Basing an entire song on just two chords is a little risky, though you've done a good job of keeping the interesting going throughout. I wonder if you'd consider, however, expanding the harmonic vocabulary and then seeing where your melodic material might go. Just a thought. I really like the simplicity of this piece and found it to be very relaxing and somewhat hypnotic to listen to.
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Name: Curtis Vandyne Wolf III
Location: Broken Arrow Oklahoma United States
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I am an amateur composer. I enjoy orchestral music, and most of my songs are inspired by music from video games. My list of idols is endless, but my biggest inspirations are Nobuo Uematsu, who composes Final Fantasy, Koji Kondo, who composes pretty... [see more]

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