Thursday, October 27, 2011

Music: Because I Love You


How's that for another excellent image by my sister and Genesis Effects?

Love it.

Yes, this piece-of-the-week is a love theme. I really enjoy this kind of music. The scene I'm envisioning in my head is obviously romantic. I believe that romance is a good and Godly thing to portray in films if done properly. (For example: having married couples play the romantic parts, having the romance that's written into the film follow God's Law, and not defiling the viewer with scenes that are unnecessary and inappropriate.)

I'd love to see more God-honoring romances in modern films!

So I'm thinking maybe a wedding, or the reception of a letter, or even just an reunion of husband and wife after a long absence- they're finally together again. I think I like this last one best. They're finally able to see each other after months or years apart. And the embrace/kiss/reunion, that would happen at right about 2:42. What does this piece make you picture?

Because I Love You by gabrielhudelson

18 comments:

Moriah Renadae said...

Wonderfully done darling!

I loved the 2:42 part, very sweeping and self-explanitory.

luv u :xox

~ Moriah Renadae

Gabriel Hudelson said...

:-)

Racheal said...

Lovely...
I can see this piece behind a wordless scene; a wounded soldier returning home--uncertain whether he will still be accepted in his maimed state--to the joy of the reunion...
Racheal

Gabriel Hudelson said...

Love it, Racheal. Great idea.

BushMaid said...

Beautiful, Gabriel. :) I can see a few moments before the wedding ceremony; the wonder, slight apprehension, and mystery of the moment to come that slowly builds to the final moment of the wedding. :) Very well done!

It reminds me a little of the theme from "Emma", particularly this piece: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2H1a3z3bkc

Gabriel Hudelson said...

Ooh, that's a pretty piece. Thanks for sharing, Aussie. :-)

Corey P. said...

Awesome work. From 2:42 and onward is my favorite part. "Sweeping" is the right word, I do believe. :-)

Gabriel Hudelson said...

Thanks, Corey. Love that word. :-D

Aubrey Hansen said...

I adore the picture by Genesis effects! You could definitely make a book cover in that same style... ;)

This is a very beautiful piece, and I agree on your assessments of what kind of movie scene it would accompany. Godly romance (as well as sibling affection, and other family relationships) is beautiful, so it would be lovely to see movies and books that portrayed it!

Gabriel Hudelson said...

Concur on the picture! I was very impressed meself.

And thanks. :-)

Rebekah said...

That was truly a beautiful piece, Gabriel!

I pictured preparations for a wedding, then the wedding itself, but after about 2:52 or so, I picture the first few years of the couple's married life passing by - birth of their first children, some minor trials, studying the Bible together - ending with them continuing to grow closer together as a family, etc...

I love the image too - very neat! Your sister did a very good job! :)

To the KING be all the glory!
Rebekah

Gabriel Hudelson said...

Almost like the UP montage?

Jordanna said...

This was a very well done piece!
It brought to my mind a proposal. 2:42 was like the girl saying yes and towards the end it was like the couple were getting hugs and congratulations from their families.

Lisa said...

OH. MY. WORD. This piece is absolutely beautiful, Gabe!!!!!!! 2:42 is one of those heart-stirring places that makes my pulse speed up :-) I totally agree with Jordanna...proposal, through and through. The piano at the end makes me think of different scenes during preparation for the wedding......picking out a dress, sending invitations, talking to their pastor, etc.

Incredibly well done.

For His Kingdom!

Lisa said...

I haven't had much time to be any blogs lately, but I have been so blessed to get some time too read yours this evening.

I especially enjoyed your post on Biblical masculinity. Being into animals like we are, we meet a lot of people, and the abundance of "wimpy guys" truly disgusts me. I absolutely cannot stand a weak handshake.

From a girl's perspective, especially living on a ranch like I do, it was a little difficult at first for me to get used to all the chivalrous young men at our church. It used to be awkward when one of them would hole the door for me or offer to take something heavy. We do a lot of physical work, and I am perfectly capable of carrying heavy things. The wonderful young men I know have literally "trained" me on how to act when men act how they are supposed to. It really makes one feel like a lady when a young men says, "That's heavy...I'll take that from you."

So, keep up the good work, guys!! You can influence people for good without even knowing it!

Gabriel Hudelson said...

Thanks for the comments, you two. :-)

Lisa- that's a great testimony to hear! Thanks for sharing.

Rebekah said...

Aye, like kind of like UP. Just not showing such a length of time. I pictured it ending after only a few years - and not with a death. :)


To the KING be all the glory!
Rebekah

Gabriel Hudelson said...

Right. :-D