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ancient-greek-music world percussion piano harp
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Kudos to you for the detailed, thoughtful design for this project. Your description--and the tight connection of the elements, in concept at least--has me wanting to check out each piece. This intro creates suspense and underscores the importance of the story to come. Did you make the videos or are they "found"? This one, of course, represents the Minotaur's maze.
Great layering of sounds. Hearing piano harp is a treat. Whatever mode you used (harmonic minor?) really gives it an ancient, mysterious feel.
Really well performed and recorded. Interesting textures and the build up is intriguing. Very nice! I look forward to listening to more.
Nice rhythm, picked up by the piano/harp! When the big percussion kicks in, it almost has a flamenco feel to it. Had to listen again!
Love this. What a wonderful gradual build, but when that percussion kicks in, it truly grabs you. A very engaging piece of music. Enjoyed it thoroughly.
This sounds mastered! Great sounds a nice buildup of sounds from the bass. What’s next?
I like how the piece starts with just the bass, and gradually builds up adding more instruments. The video seems to complement this, assembling more blocks in a row.
I also like the gloomy guitar riff and pounding drums. There's a slight accelerando toward the end of the piece, building up the tension. When it drops away to simply piano, it's a nice change.
That was cool. And this is a cool idea for an album.
My phone... Sigh. Huge Laurie Anderson fan
Wow, that was really cool. I'm a ton Laurie Anderson can from way way back, and although this doesn't sound like that, it certainly would for right in and I knew immediately why I liked this. Great structure that builds and morphs. Excellent sonic textures. Looking forward to the rest
This is really good score for a movie, creates an intense atmosphere.
This was a fun listen, I like the way the layers play off each other. Very catchy.
Atmospheric stuff you have going on here. I like the way it builds up and the soundscape changes over time. The percussion is a pleasant surprise when it kicks in.