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I was aiming for a soundtrack style with this piece. I wanted to create something that was simple, yet emotional. This was penciled in like my other compositions.
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Uploaded: Dec 11, 2006 - 07:22:50 PM
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RickB1 said 4604 days ago (December 11th, 2006)

This is moving. I like the chord progressions, and the pauses are effective. This a progression of emotion ranging from reflective and thoughtful to somber. It makes me feel as if someone ius reflecting on difficult times, but has to find the resolve to move on. The only critique I would have is that it doesn't seem to really resolve at the end, taking the listener into a different note altogether when I was listening for the progression to work it's way back home. Very emotional, so you've accomplished your goal. Definitely a good piece for underscoring a moving scene on film.
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SecaMode said 4603 days ago (December 12th, 2006)
You were aiming for a soundtrack...
...and I'd say you hit the mark. It's beautiful, moving and deep.
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elfdaughter said 4602 days ago (December 13th, 2006)
Another beautiful one..
But I do agree with Rick that there's a slight lack of resolution at the end.
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Cameron said 4602 days ago (December 13th, 2006)
you have a gift...
...for demonstrating emotion through music. This piece, and "Sunrise" both have contemplative moods.

Your chord progressions are reminiscent of such American composers as Copland, Barber and Hovahness.

I look forward to hearing more of your compositions. Experiment with more variety in mood, texture and perhaps more "upbeat" and catchy rhythms.

However, this kind of music is very restful and meditative, and you could do an entire album of it and sell successfully at New Age bookstores.
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maxruehl said 4588 days ago (December 27th, 2006)
Somber and Lovely
I'm a sucker for emotive strings, so this is right up my alley. Soundtracks are my thing, so this sounds to my ear to be the genuine article.:)
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stevewhit said 4587 days ago (December 28th, 2006)
Love it!
Hi Jason

This again like your other pieces is really nice and soothing to listen to.
Very good for meditation too.

Thanks again

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said 4489 days ago (April 5th, 2007)
Very emotional & VERY Beautiful .... Thanx so Much
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Jason Saunders was born in Danvers, Mass. and currently resides in Vancouver, Washington. His musical interests include choral teaching, composing, voice, and piano. He has little theory background but enjoys composing anyway. He is currently attendi... [see more]

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