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Adult Alternative, Ambient, Celtic New Age, Contemporary Instrumental, Energy Healing, Environmental, Ethnic Fusion, Healing, Meditation, Nature, Neo-Classical, New Age, Progressive Alternative, Progressive Electronic, Relaxation, Self-Help, Shamanic, Solo Instrumental, Space, Spiritual, Techno-Tribal, Yoga
I heard the original song by Sergey Muravyev/Marina Muravyeva and I immediately wanted to do something epic with one of it's parts.
Instead of sampling the original recording, I interpolate a musica; part, playing it myself. I introduces this interpolated part in the first verse and bring it back throughout the track with different voices (instruments).
The haunting sound of the low strings is what i used as the starting point for building the musical canvas. The strong, straight, repeating nature of the orchetration is contrasted with my jazzy, improvisational piano play throughout the track.
A long goodbye scene is the vision I had while making this track. The reality of the relationship's end (goodbye) is hard, set and unchanging. This is reflected with a repeating low piano theme throughout the track. At the same time, the melodic, jazzy piano play attempts to provide assurances that this is not really the end.
This is a collaboration I did with Tomislav Pensa, one of the members on ReasonStation.net.
Another one of my "complete makeovers", I re-arranged this piece as a groove and added the percussion, piano and violin parts. The acoustic guitar, flute and piccolo are the parts that inspired me to create a groove.
The ambient keys and house-style bass provide a nice backdrop for the chorus I created to make this part of the track sound like the lead is apologizing.
With this song, I'm saying 'I'm sorry' for all the wrong I've done and all the pain I've caused.
If I were to write lyrics to this, the chorus would go something like...
Please, don't give up/
Don't turn your back on me"
Genre(s): Easy Listening, Soundtrack (Television theme, Film, Game), RnB, Funk, Fusion, Downtempo
Mood(s): Reflective, Somber, Sad, Romantic
Tempo: Slow 80 BPM
Other Descriptions: smooth, relaxing, preview, piano