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Nostalgie d'une vie passée [WIP] first draft



 Genre: Film Scoring

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This is the first draft. A short piece scored for strings and piano. The piano needs work. More tweaking of the strings...

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Uploaded: May 22, 2014 - 12:43:34 PM
Last Updated: May 22, 2014 - 12:43:34 PM Last Played: Aug 02, 2019 - 07:14:29 AM
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Morning Light said 1976 days ago (May 22nd, 2014)
So beautiful, and soothing.....Wow! :)
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Alimar said 1974 days ago (May 23rd, 2014)
Thank you!
Happy you like it!
PeterB7858 said 1976 days ago (May 22nd, 2014)
Nostalgie d'une vie passée
The mood is reflective but there is more a sense of looking back with a degree of satisfaction and pleasure of a life well lived. Sounding good, indeed, Al. Thanks, Peter.
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Alimar said 1974 days ago (May 23rd, 2014)
Thanks for chiming in.
sammydix said 1975 days ago (May 23rd, 2014)
very elegant,
but since most of the chords are majors with a few minors thrown in, i kept expecting that certain "off chord" to throw things off a bit. not distractingly so, but for a little "unexpectancy".
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Alimar said 1974 days ago (May 23rd, 2014)
A s I continue...
...I realized (by what you stated) that I was mostly re-harmonizing, without the basic chord progression established! The second section (in my next post) has a different feel to it, both harmonically and structurally. I threw in a few neapolitan chords to compound it even more!

Thanks for your input. I'm working on it.
paul f. page said 1971 days ago (May 27th, 2014)
Beautiful chords....
...I love the modulations in tonal centers, esp. at the beginning of this lush-sounding track. Very much a film score with loads of brilliant colors. The dropped third is such a pretty element that keeps coming back as a sort of centering motif which works really well. ... I'm not too keen on the piano: not only the sound, but its inclusion at all. Seems you have plenty of orchestral magic to deal with as it is, and the piano strikes me as an intrusion every time it enters. I know this is a "first draft." There is so much potential for a warm, inspiring orchestral piece. I hope you will continue to mine what you already have and just play on your best instincts. This is lovely.
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