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orchestral instrumental strings flute dark mysterious ominous prelude introduction alternative
Started with Gm and didn't stop.
The second song on the album plays first!
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Great! Love how there's a disharmony coming in at the one minute mark. Great ending.
I've just listened to your fun song and now I hear a very poignant, mysterious music. I really like it. Sorry if you are looking at the player on Bandcamp and seeing a skip, I've listened to the whole composition but didn't understand the very ending part so just clicked on that part and I still don't understand it, it sounds as if it was just cut out. My computer was playing up today so I just wanted to see if it didn't stop playing but I don't think this was my computer though. Anyway, you might like to listen and see if you agree but it's just me, maybe this was your purpose to make the ending unexpected and a little frightening.
#dark and #mysterious is fitting. #ominous would also go well. Is prelude then supposed to segue directly into Greetings? So does that mean you / your greetings are supposed to be dark, mysterious and ominous too??
This is really cool! It made me think of a few different things at the same time... one of those things was some kind of weird carnival imagined in black-and-white with fog all around... are you doing a concept album for this year's FAWM? Appropriately, since the title is "Prelude," this would work really well as an instrumental lead in for a concept album.