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worse than any war by Ray Brookes



oh Ray! if this is an actual story of a recent relationship . . . I understand why you spend all your time now - according to your profile - at home by yourself making music! If you didn't live so far away, we collaborate! Love the montage of metaphors and images. peace out!
Comment Written by freezerbeef on 03-Mar-2014
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Fugue in G# minor BWV 887 by datka98



You have succeeded. And Organ is not an instrument I take lightly. I often ask myself "what emotion is one feeling when the Organ is being played with such fervor?"or better "what emotion does the performer feel?" In these relentless pieces I find myself in an almost frantic state. This one really caomes at you. Intense!
Comment Written by freezerbeef on 02-Mar-2014
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Ballad for Violin and Orchestra by Ionut Mirel Udrea



"serene melancholy". . . ah!, but it feels a bit more turbulent than serene! No doubt about the bitter nostalgia, though. An adept transcription! Well wrought.
Comment Written by freezerbeef on 02-Mar-2014
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Forgive Me Please by datka98



I hear so many posts that seem so suited to the soundtrack of life. Or at very least Art imitating Life. There is more than just techno here. It has an emotive center (to me, anyway). Cinematic and almost narrative (what is the story? - doesn't matter). Dark and ironic at once. I wasn't ready for it to end! Perhaps a bit more flourish (read: power) to punctuate to finish? . . . or not! Peace.
Comment Written by freezerbeef on 02-Mar-2014
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The Walk by BillBoard



I loved listening to this. Kept waiting for it to fully open but you remained understated with potential energy. I love synth-strings ( I myself, probably over-use them! ). The very sparse melody line was delicately laced onto the lush and slower cushion of synth stuff and - although the contrast was extreme - they were seamless and joined beautifully. I'll check your other pieces out fer sure. peace out!
Comment Written by freezerbeef on 27-Feb-2014

Paddy Bag Rag Blues by Kerri Powles



Perfect music for reading your notes to. Light and comical. If you ever did a visual montage of said Whippet, this would have to be the soundtrack. No doubt and Huzzah!
Comment Written by freezerbeef on 27-Feb-2014
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Send Me Back Home by Gabriowl



I could not agree more. bring 'em home. a powerful message most effective when the metaphors are understated. "gaurding the poppies that put us to sleep"
has a terrific ambivalent meaning. ". . . the news that puts us to sleep" is a great way of pointing out a tragic fact of what the media feeds people.
if I have any issue it is with the sing-songy ABAC ryhme scheme.
. . . a poem with so much life&death&hopes&dreams seems not so well-suited to a MaryHadALittleLamb treatment. I imagine you worked on that baby a while to fit in all your ideas. I don't mean to diminish your efforts. a beautiful concept and let's not forget the music part which is damn fine! thanks for that.
Comment Written by freezerbeef on 04-Mar-2013
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The Red Fluid - Dead Can Dance by Haris Secerovic



it feels as a dance piece to me with the syncopated, hesitating rhythms having a mesmerizing effect. (isThe Red Fluid a song cycle? an alter ego? just wondering)
. . . as a stand alone 'pop' piece (not your intention I'm sure) some
building harmonically upon the signature theme perhaps so that it goes beyond the mere repetition . . . it is a VERY strong theme and breaking (longer than you chose to here) from it so that you can remind listeners how important it is (and beautiful. I might add) when it returns. an idea. critique- schmitique! 5 stars!
Comment Written by freezerbeef on 02-Mar-2013

Under Starry Skies by Seagull



the best of the ambient and atmospheric! soft and insistent until piano punctuates the swoon. I really appreciate the attention to detail as well.

it is the right length . . . but I could have stayed longer. peace.
Comment Written by freezerbeef on 21-Feb-2013
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Inside Your Heart by ThePhantom



Of course, I haven't garnered the entire story-line from the myriad postings which are part of your song-cycle but this piece feels like a pause-to-consider moment and more importantly a turning point for the characters. An audience would be paying close attention. Libretto is natural sounding and human. A quiet introspective offering. Lovely.
Comment Written by freezerbeef on 21-Feb-2013


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