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Nocturn for 'Cello



 Genre: Classical

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An introspective piece for solo cello and small ensemble including percussion, piano and harp. This was included as part of the soundtrack for an indy film made in SF.
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Uploaded: Jul 16, 2005 - 08:49:43 PM
Last Updated: Jul 15, 2005 - 12:54:19 PM Last Played: Jul 10, 2019 - 11:42:26 PM
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Piano - Kurzweil PX1000+
Cello and percussion - Emu Proteus 2XR
Harp - Roland D110
Ensoniq ESQ-1 (master kbd only)
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breezer said 4860 days ago (June 1st, 2006)
This is fantastic!
I really enjoyed it. Keep up the great work.
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Rolo said 4860 days ago (June 1st, 2006)
Fantastic song, fantastic mix. Just too bad it got so much ambient noise.
One more point. I don't see this as classical music.
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Bubowski said 4860 days ago (June 1st, 2006)
It is noisy. I've gotten better at pulling stuff from old tape so I may try to redo this one again. Mainly it's the instrumentation and structure that makes it "classical." Classical by definition isn't that good of a genre name since that really means music written between the Boroque and Romantic Periods (of course skipping over "Mid-century").
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Classically trained composer and orchestrator. Been doing sound design and synthesis for a long time. Enjoying the incredible power of computers and samples, but it's great just to sit down with a guitar or analog synth and just play too. Graham ... [see more]

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