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The Walls Of Jericho



 Genre: Film Scoring

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artwork : Rudolf Belcic
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Uploaded: Apr 30, 2013 - 11:52:59 AM
Last Updated: May 01, 2013 - 04:02:36 AM Last Played: May 15, 2019 - 11:21:48 AM
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paul f. page said 2211 days ago (April 30th, 2013)
Medieval sounding...
Full of your characteristic metal, but with a decidedly architectural flavor. Massive, imposing, powerful, impregnable. I like the horns seeping out of the background at around :40 and 1:50 and that dissonant fall-off around 2:10 creates a really thrilling moment of angst and pain. You have become the master of the epic structure which you play out by taking time to let things unfold at a steady but sure pace. This is a soundscape of huge dimensions that you handle with an adroit touch. Always a pleasure to hear your unusual and extremely creative work. (I'd let the cymbal flourish at the very end ring longer, just fading into the sunset.)
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Sigmund said 2210 days ago (May 1st, 2013)
The Walls Of Jericho
Very epic - larger than life - I can see this accompanying a large medievil battle scene or some royal procession - or something on that kind of scale. Interesting piece - enjoyed!
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Henke said 2210 days ago (May 1st, 2013)
Very nice piece! Made me want to go and play Civilization Rev on the iPad ;-)

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Vic Holman said 2208 days ago (May 3rd, 2013)
the wall of sound
very visual piece harald. excellent composition
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XMaramena said 1624 days ago (December 8th, 2014)
Very nice piece indeed. It's very evocative of scenes of mass slavery and fear.
The Drums at 1:40 are subtle and somewhat thin technially-speaking, but they only serve their higher purpose and they really bring a strong part to the end of the major parts by the end of the piecce. It's some really great film scoring going on here, held back only by Libraries and Music theory.

Awesome, dark piece here! I'm longing to hear more!

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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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