Theology, culture, music, politics, fitness. And those last four have a lot to do with the first one.
I am speechless!! Chilling, Thrilling, Adventurous, Daring, Warlike, Absoulutly Wonderfull! Gabe, you are a wonderful composer!I really like this one and HERO. luv u :xxRenata
Thanks sis. I love you too. :-)
Um.... Oboe? And as for the piece that inspired it....Part of it gave me a reminder of Runner From Ravenshead, but to dark and high-level action for that type. The rest, um...... Gladiator? (I've never even sen that movie so that was a COMPLETELY off the wall guess. :) )Maybe a touch of Indiana Jones, but that score didn't have much of a dark feel to it, just adventure. Great piece! I'll email you my full critique later!
Nopedynopedynope. :-D(Gladiator is actually the score that I was thinking of which uses this instrument so prominently.)
(Oh, and I'll look forward to the feedback, David!)
The first part sounds very piratey... Would that be modeled after some of the Pirates of the Caribbean soundtrack by Hans Zimmer?The woodwind sounds like some kind of horn... I wouldn't have a clue though. :DBrilliant piece! I really enjoyed it. :)
Thanks Aussie- and indeed, you are correct in placing the temp track.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ttQjm-8OITEThe woodwind is called a duduk.
I really, really, REALLY like this one! It felt like a piece of music that would work with one of my books, so now I feel inspired. I will re-listen to this often when I begin writing. :) Good job. :D~Jamie
I'm glad to hear it, Jamie. Happy writing!
Gabriel, you just keep getting better and better! :D I'm excited to hear that you're scoring Spencer's film. :)Wind instrument: I'm afraid I don't know.Temp track: It's gotta be Pirates of the Caribbean by Hans Zimmer. :DAnd you're very welcome. I enjoy your blog. :)
And I promise, I did not read Bushy's comment before commenting! :D I guessed it all by myself. :)
Thanks, Grace! You guesseth correctly, and I suppose you know the instrument now, too. :-D
I confess that I have no idea about either question... *sighs* I loved the piece though. It was really good! You really are getting more and more skilled at composing all the time! (Though I do still really enjoy listening to your old, old ones - like "Rain". :)To the KING be all the glory!Rebekah
Wow... "Rain"... what a blast from the past.:-)But thanks!
Yep, "Gladiator" was the score I was thinking of when I heard the wind instrument as 1:37. Very nice work.
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