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For Victory! now with score video

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Hey there,

Just posted an orchestral track:

score will be coming soon!

 

SCORE:

 

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I like this a lot.  It definitely feels victorious.  I wonder if a slight relax in the tempo in a few spots or adjusting the dynamic balance between instruments would clarify some of the transitions?  (It's a really small thing.  I can absolutely tell what's going on).  But victory is all about relaxing, confidently after your accomplishments after all, so the victorious never rush.  Nice use of the whole ensemble!  There was a lot of variety and interest, but the piece still had a unified feel.  

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2 hours ago, pateceramics said:

I like this a lot.  It definitely feels victorious.  I wonder if a slight relax in the tempo in a few spots or adjusting the dynamic balance between instruments would clarify some of the transitions?  (It's a really small thing.  I can absolutely tell what's going on).  But victory is all about relaxing, confidently after your accomplishments after all, so the victorious never rush.  Nice use of the whole ensemble!  There was a lot of variety and interest, but the piece still had a unified feel.  

 

Thank you pateceramics! Glad you enjoyed it 🙂

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8 minutes ago, Luis Hernández said:

I had the feeling of listening to some kind of Musical Poem. It keeps a strong development. Nice sounds, too.

 

Thank you, Luis!

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I, too, have a sense that this should belong in a museum

~Schoenberg. 

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3 hours ago, Kvothe said:

I, too, have a sense that this should belong in a museum

~Schoenberg. 

 

haha 🙂 don't know what that means in any way!

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@bryla

i remember that you helped me a bit with Battle, so I'll give this one a listen.

These running arpeggios (I know it has a name, but I forgot it) definitely give the feeling that something exciting happens there.

Also these heavy brasses give the context of a hero of some sort, like the hunter's horn, the king's trumpets etc.

Do you plan on executing this one like you did to some others? With the orchestras you work with in the breaks between the official recordings?

 

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53 minutes ago, Rabbival507 said:

@bryla

i remember that you helped me a bit with Battle, so I'll give this one a listen.

These running arpeggios (I know it has a name, but I forgot it) definitely give the feeling that something exciting happens there.

Also these heavy brasses give the context of a hero of some sort, like the hunter's horn, the king's trumpets etc.

Do you plan on executing this one like you did to some others? With the orchestras you work with in the breaks between the official recordings?

 

 

Thank you, Rabbival!

this is a recording from one of my own orchestral sessions. 

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Crazy composition... I just want to say brasses is crazy. I really digging this a lot.

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12 minutes ago, Seung said:

Crazy composition... I just want to say brasses is crazy. I really digging this a lot.

 

Thanks Seung! I assume crazy is a good thing?

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1 minute ago, bryla said:

Thanks Seung! I assume crazy is a good thing?

 

Absolutely it is good thing

and I just followed you on soundcloud :D

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2 hours ago, Bukowsky said:

Is this a real orchestra recording? Wow. Awesome.

 

Thank you! Yes it is 🙂

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On 6/9/2018 at 12:19 AM, bryla said:

haha 🙂 don't know what that means in any way!

 

@bryla   It is a miss quote.  Your piece is no epic that should be put place store in place where people can hear ages. Schoenberg did not actually say that, but Indiania Jones said always said that about it relics: This should be belong in a museum.   Your piece reminded of those movies. 

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26 minutes ago, Kvothe said:

@bryla   It is a miss quote.  Your piece is no epic that should be put place store in place where people can hear ages. Schoenberg did not actually say that, but Indiania Jones said always said that about it relics: This should be belong in a museum.   Your piece reminded of those movies. 

 

Still don’t understand you 🙂 but thanks for the explanation!

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1 hour ago, bryla said:

Still don’t understand you 🙂 but thanks for the explanation!

 

Your piece remind him of adventure movies. I'm pretty sure that's what he means.

Also you didn't answer my orchestration questions about my Battle piece.

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3 minutes ago, Rabbival507 said:

Your piece remind him of adventure movies. I'm pretty sure that's what he means.

Also you didn't answer my orchestration questions about my Battle piece.

 

Thanks! Can you link me up again?

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@bryla

I think that you should make a version without all the explanation.

I understand that you tried to make it more understandable and accessible ,

but for me it was worse than useless.

It even covered the notes at some places.

You don't have to do that but you should keep that in mind.

 

Also you didn't check Battle.

 

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