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Serenade CCV



 Genre: Classical

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Another from the neverending series
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Uploaded: Jan 24, 2014 - 03:34:04 AM
Last Updated: Jan 24, 2014 - 03:34:04 AM Last Played: Jan 18, 2019 - 07:23:18 AM
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LisaHawbaker said 1946 days ago (January 24th, 2014)
I love
the strings. Very soft and flowing. Nice piece!
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michaeljayklein said 1946 days ago (January 24th, 2014)
And may the series never end...
Such a lovely serenade it is too, it put me in such a wonderful mood Harald--thank you!
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Vic Holman said 1945 days ago (January 25th, 2014)
as always, good stuff. a somewhat peaceful feel on this one.
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PeterB7858 said 1944 days ago (January 26th, 2014)
Serenade CCV
This would sound great in a large cathedral, I think, Harald. It really resonates grandeur and celebration. Sweeping and cerebral. Thanks, Peter.
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paul f. page said 1941 days ago (January 29th, 2014)
Always expansive...
You have a very distinct style that sees the musical landscape in very broad swaths of color. This is medieval-sounding. I like the pizz strings very much as they take the song in a very different direction, especially around 2:05 when your strings begin to sing a new melody entirely. Many nice things going on here. Would love to hear you take off perhaps into a new key as well. I think the piece would maintain its freshness were the tonality to change somewhere around the 4 minute mark. But...another very fine number, nevertheless. (Ah, yes: there WAS a snare drum in there. I heard it first the first time clearly only at the very final cadence.)
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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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