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A Spring Symphopoem [WIP v3.0]


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Alimar

 Genre: Classical

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It's been awhile since I posted any progress on this. So long, that it changed from being an Autumn piece to now, a Spring composition. Boy do I need Spring to arrive! Still a lot of work to do...

Thanks for listening,
Alimar
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Uploaded: Mar 14, 2014 - 11:29:41 PM
Last Updated: Mar 14, 2014 - 11:33:42 PM Last Played: Feb 21, 2017 - 10:51:24 AM
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Fire_Angel said 1104 days ago (March 15th, 2014)
Shaping up nicely.
Changing yet still has some familiar elements, but keep going, this has promise. Nice to hear it growing.
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KCsGROOVE said 1104 days ago (March 15th, 2014)
spring
Not sure if I heard the autumnversions of this piece...Just wonderful how a piece can change like the seasons :-)
here in the netherlands we've had recordhigh temperatures for march and a guite good spring after a mild winter. So 'we're lucky this year I suppose.
I'm in awe of your composing skills. Love how all these instruments intertwine
definitely a springfeel :-)
very much enjoyed!
KC
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PeterB7858 said 1102 days ago (March 17th, 2014)
A Spring Symphopoem
I like how the autumn has morphed into spring and left summer to its own devices. Definite "spring" feel. The sense of a new beginning is palpable. I like the way that it is not left to one instrument group to carry the melody. KC hit the spot with "intertwine". Thanks, Peter.
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Doug Somers said 1102 days ago (March 17th, 2014)
Bold
And full of lovely sparkling multi-dimensional contrasts. I particularly like the brass chorus against the woods. The rips and runs are fun ornamentation. I particularly like the progression at 5:20. Plenty of interest and energy. I know it's not finished but I have to say I really do want to hear where this one goes. Best of luck finishing it up!!

Doug
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Skunkwrx said 1102 days ago (March 17th, 2014)
Cool track
I really enjoyed this. Some parts are rich and lush, completely convincing, while others still have that plastic 'midi veneer' (not an insult BTW, I love midi). Even tho I know you'll clean it up before the final post, there's real satisfaction in hearing the rough cut. Dense structure. I'm really looking forward to the next post. Thanks!

S2
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Vic Holman said 1101 days ago (March 18th, 2014)
WIP
the detail that you put into your compositions floor me
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paul f. page said 1099 days ago (March 20th, 2014)
Majestic...
I love the majestic opening with those horns. You've got some great-sounding plugins and you use them with care and intelligence. I'm not hearing a distinct "direction" to this composition as it seems pretty free-form, one thing springing out of what just preceded it. But that's not much of a bother because the overall feeling of the number is one of a certain exquisite delight in the interplay of instruments. Your creative imagination is really impressive and most-enjoyable to hear in these beautiful sounds.
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Name: Alimar
Location: Niagara Falls NY United States
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Schooled in graphic design, photography, philosophy and astronomy, with a little psychology thrown in. I have been around music and art ALL my life. I was raised in an artistic and musical family. My Mother was an artist, and my Father still paint... [see more]

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