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Temple Beyond the Dune


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BranDaMan

 Genre: Classical

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It's something of the cinematic nature. More or less mood music.
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Comments: 9
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Plays: 210
Downloads: 159
Votes: 10
Uploaded: Jun 12, 2005 - 06:09:02 PM
Last Updated: Aug 09, 2005 - 11:13:22 AM Last Played: Jan 09, 2018 - 12:25:13 AM
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said 4724 days ago (June 15th, 2005)
Very Interesting Production
Very dynamic and dramatic. The stuttering rhythm during the
'bolero' part is interesting choice (it interrupts what would be
the normal beat). Ending keeps me dangling.
funboi said 4723 days ago (June 15th, 2005)
Impressive
I can totally get a visual. I enjoyed the mood changes in
this peice and how you developed certain themes
throughout. Good Job. I did feel that the peice sort of
ended suddenly, did you mean to compose more for it?
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Foxymany said 4723 days ago (June 15th, 2005)
Imaginative
Very neat. Very dramatic. Great Dynamics, great
orchestration.
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said 4723 days ago (June 15th, 2005)
WONDERFUL
I love it... very cinematic. Makes me want to watch Star Wars III again, eat popcorn, see a great movie...

I'm blown away by the talent in this group. Why aren't these people professionals!

Bran DaMan, can you post your hardware, software, etc for this, por favor?
Cameron said 4723 days ago (June 15th, 2005)
WONDERFUL
Some of us ARE "professionals" -- LOL.

But the playing field is level as far as wanting to create and share our music is
concerned.

Many, many people who contribute great, truly inspired work here do it for
the love of music and are every bit as talented as the professionals. This is a
wonderful site in which to do so.

ENJOY!
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Cameron said 4723 days ago (June 15th, 2005)
so much potential
Your use of orchestration is stunning in places. Very
cinematic.

I enjoyed the occasional departures from what I expected
to hear, such as the displaced rhythms in the middle
section.

I understand that you do not know how to notate your
music. This totally amazes me. You have an innate talent
for combining orchestral sounds and coming up with
excellent musical material.

The musical "form" on this piece needs to be developed
more completely to create an even more pleasing, well-
rounded whole. It ended entirely too soon.

I know that for my own compositions, sometimes I get so
caught up in the musical textures and layering of a
section of music that I lose perspective on the "whole"
piece.

I heartily encourage you to take your considerable talents
to the "next level" and learn how to notate your music,
which could be shared with the world more effectively.
And perhaps take some composition classes, which would
help you with form. You have a lot to offer!

Meanwhile, I enjoy listening to your stuff here.
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ledebutant said 4723 days ago (June 15th, 2005)
Shock to the system...
The production on this is great. I was listening to this on headphones and when the intro came in, I jumped out of my skin because it seemed as though the sound was in the room with me.

So, I listened to this with a huge adrenaline rush, but it didn't affect my ability to enjoy the composition. I'm really impressed by your use of contrasts and think the stuttering section is really interesting (but may go on a little too long).

Like a few other commenters, I think the song ends abruptly. How about bringing in a shortened version of the bolero section again without the stuttering (I wish I could think of a better way to say this).

A really impressive piece.
DOS said 4711 days ago (June 27th, 2005)
Sounds like
It sounds if it from the movie Indie Anajones
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Suzanne said 4707 days ago (July 1st, 2005)
an unfinished prelude
it just stops! i was unprepared for the end. hoping it would go on. this seems like a prelude to something, or maybe an unfinished prelude (almost redundant?) from the lost archives. nice sound, very dramatic game or film sounding.
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Name: Brandon
Location: Adrian Michigan USA
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Music has always been a huge part of my life. When I was in high school, I participated in the various forms of band, such as marching band and concert band, where I played the alto saxophone. When my parents bought me my first keyboard to experime... [see more]

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