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 Genre: Ballad

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Uploaded: May 14, 2012 - 07:16:26 AM
Last Updated: May 14, 2012 - 07:16:26 AM Last Played: Mar 21, 2017 - 03:07:35 PM
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mrattue said 2137 days ago (May 14th, 2012)
Very evocative
Though 'ballad' might suggest that there are lyrics?

This piece really didn't need them, though. Beautiful and delicately composed throughout.


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Char said 2136 days ago (May 14th, 2012)
it is romantic and lilting. There is a slight sadness but it is not preeminent. It works as an instrumental and as a background for a vocal if you intended one. Thanks.
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j4nne said 2136 days ago (May 14th, 2012)
I have no other way than instrumental... I'm glad you liked it. And yes, there is a bit sadness in this song but somehow that's the positive sadness of missing something...
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KCsGROOVE said 2136 days ago (May 14th, 2012)
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Just a wonderful piece of music
I could hear a vocal line
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PHBB said 2132 days ago (May 18th, 2012)
Ballad without words
As Marc already commented, one does expect to hear vocals. And it is such a strong tune that it wouldn't be hard to write them. And it is certainly a ballad in its own right. Maybe you are looking for lyrics - although I can't guarantee they would make it better. Per
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A ballad is a story in a song, usually a narrative song or poem. It is a rhythmic saga of a past affair, which may be heroic, romantic or satirical, political (affected by the previous three types mentioned, refers to either glorifying the exploits o

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