Ian Ritchie

Ian Ritchie

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Rock - General | Falkirk, Scotland, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 780   
Member Since: 2017
   Last Login: 12/17/2018
   Sounds Like: Nightwish, Delerium

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Song Description

A powerful orchestral piece

Story Behind the Song

After a few months break I've decided to come back with this.

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I like the way this song makes the mind drift. It is very dynamic and has a spiritual feeling to it. The arrangement is excellent. This is great listening music. It is very relaxing and thought provoking. Nice stuff. Keep it up!!!

    - Signal 30

The first thing that jumps out at me is the harmonic structure of this piece. Beautiful. I really enjoyed that cloud as the vehicle on which to take this journey.

The instrumentation is quite nice. I'm pondering what else I would use if I arranged this for a different recording. I can think of no other instruments except those used here. I'm enamored of the instrumentation.

The arrangement is powerful. Good structure. (build, instruments added at crucial times, etc)

Thank you.

    - Edmond Allmond

Song Length
2:48
Genres
Classical - Contemporary, New Age - General
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Instrumental

Subject Matter
Power, Heart


Era
2000 and later

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