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Eternal Flame "Flamma Aeternus"


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Max Lurya

 Genre: Classical
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Copyright 2005-Max Lurya-All Rights Reserved

This is an ORIGINAL SCORE of mine, as always

I've sent this peice out to some conductors I know in hope of performance, and I'm wondering what everyone else thinks.

NO LOOPS, everything is done by hand, literallly
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Uploaded: Aug 16, 2005 - 06:37:49 AM
Last Updated: Aug 16, 2005 - 05:19:07 AM Last Played: May 05, 2019 - 01:52:00 PM
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Hardware:
ibook G4
M-Audio Keystation 49e
Software:
Garageband + Symphony Orchestra
Comments
Tom Atwood said 5081 days ago (August 16th, 2005)
Shimmering
Very lush open. Lovely. Maybe a bit too much reverb,
muddies up the nice string work. Nice dynamics and
expression. (I feel like I'm judging a school band contest
now.) This is a very nice piece, Max. I would think it would
be an audience pleaser, live, for sure.

9-8-8-8
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White Hawks said 5081 days ago (August 17th, 2005)
COOOOOOOL!!!!!
this is a incredibly cool classical pieace! Lotta energy. very
dramatic. very good:) thanks for sharing!

- Hawks
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TobinMueller said 5074 days ago (August 24th, 2005)
Wonderful chamber music
Wonderful. Full of great phrasing, well balanced and
arranged. A tad too much reverb for my ears, and the
ending I thought could have used a rallantando. But a very
entertaining slice of scoring. Scores are so bound to visuals,
weave in and out of consciousness, try to not distract from
action yet heighten emotions, this particular piece has a
character of its own that would require it to be placed under
a non-conversational section, at least the first 16 bars. It
also has a specific era sensibility, which is often avoided in
scoring. But as chamber music, it is wonderful. It displays
your writing/arranging talent.
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protart said 5048 days ago (September 19th, 2005)
a lot of sensations
really picturesque - like vivid images floating in a dream - when you hear this work you would like to paint flames rising and escaping - could be a description of "Paolo e Francesca" in Dante's Divina Commedia - the two poor bodies in the air....
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KineticBends said 5047 days ago (September 20th, 2005)
wow
nice job on not using those loops.
i am, sorry but anyone can put loops together and make
them sound good, its the real musicains like urself that keep
the world going around, nice job!
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