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Serenade CXVII



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Uploaded: Jun 27, 2011 - 04:52:29 AM
Last Updated: Jun 27, 2011 - 04:52:29 AM Last Played: Feb 15, 2019 - 12:11:37 PM
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michaeljayklein said 2888 days ago (June 27th, 2011)
Scaling new heights...
...This was rapturous Harald!
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Henke said 2888 days ago (June 27th, 2011)
Another sweet serenade
Are there really 117 (or more) of them ?!?!

Thanks and take care,
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Narad said 2888 days ago (June 27th, 2011)
There are at present 118 serenades. Thanks for your kind comment(s). :)
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aRcTip said 2888 days ago (June 28th, 2011)
Serenade CXVII
Lovely, I find it hypnotizing!
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mrattue said 2887 days ago (June 28th, 2011)
Hi Harald!
A magnificent, stately progress, i'm hearing, through a majestic landscape, mountains, i think. Then there is tension, as if scouts are being sent out to check the territory ahead. Then the signal for the advance comes again and the whole body of people continue on, with purpose and majesty. Confidence flows again, and the fear recedes. Up, further up, gaining greater and greater views as they go.

Then, the forward rhythm pauses, and it is as though they have reached the summit of the pass, and look down over the country below them, their future. The strings continue, but the stepping bass is gone.

Then the bass steps come back, and they move forwards, onwards.

The music gains a more serious character, and the progress becomes less dreamy, more real, as if they are nearing their new habitation, and the burdens of ordinary life are not far off.

Very evocative and enjoyable. i heard it more as a film score, though, as you might have guessed, rather than a serenade?

Great stuff, though.

Take care

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Moviz said 2887 days ago (June 28th, 2011)
you capture Grandeur and power, beautifully in your music..... keep 'em coming, regards M
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Bowman said 2885 days ago (June 30th, 2011)
have created your own unique landscape Harald. Thanks for letting us visit and enjoy all the wonders of it.
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Name: Narad
Location: France
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Harald Dastis was born 1952, in Germany. He has now lived in France since 1975. Harald is a poet, painter, and a musician of 9 years. He is also a professional german teacher. Narad has a passion for Indian spiritualism and his music is inspired by a... [see more]

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