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album art Kyrie Katrina-1
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Released: Apr 7, 2007 | 2:27 PM
Category: Classical
Application: GarageBand
Loop Use: No loops

File Type: .mp3 [use AAC]
File Size: 6.48 MB

Plays: 1433
Downloads: 10
Weekly Plays: 0
Weekly Downloads: 0
Statistic reset day: Saturday

License: No derivative works allowed
This composition's first theme is part of an
early chant Orbis factor XI. It leads to a soundscape
of the storm to be followed by a recapitulation of
the chant. Many of the sounds here were inspired
during the storm that I witnessed here at my home.
This was posted some time ago but has been worked on
a great deal since then.
Bells of the Saint Louis Cathedral, New Orleans
A Minor Basilica

Kyrie Katrina�2007MidiOrleans

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JD Moderator

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It's been waaaaaaaay too long Scott. I've been dying to have this back on the site again. I love all the mods to it.

An incredibly powerful piece.

Thanks.
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dirigent Artist

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excellent composition! the beginning of the 2nd part is awesome
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georgeptingley Artist Beautiful, artistic, intelligently done. Sound effects add to a very cinematic experience.
You might occassionally - in certain passages -bring up the velocity of the strings to create some vibrato.
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lahabanaroom Artist

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I like the strings and the stormy ambiance with bells are nice really nice!
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TheTiler Artist

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wow, it is great to start out with then I hear all the real sounds etc and it really gets interesting. You really know how to do layering!

Quite something to hear !!!
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TheTiler Artist

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opps forgot to vote !
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eagle Artist

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Amazing production and skills.
Violin-sounds are brilliant...dramatic and emotional piece caught me till the end.

beautiful
A~
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5 years ago
ShadowofNine Artist

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Fabulous track, I'm glad George turned me on to this, I was not a member at that time so I missed this...
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5 years ago
davidsmith99 Artist

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Really effective; love the chorus.
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olympus Artist

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I came here as did some of the other recent listeners. Props to George
http://www.icompositions.com/artists/georgeptingley/entries.php?pid=9517

That being said, I think this is a terrific track for what you describe. I was not witness to Katrina, but was to the Japan 3/11 tsunami disaster and nuclear events. Scary stuff. But either way, both are natural disasters and were complicated by humans (nuclear in japans, government in US) and this track does both justice.
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PaulWilkins Artist

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Great orchestration. You pulled of the cinematic feel of what happened vividly super piece
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Powerful composition.
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4 years ago
georgeptingley Artist Wonderful in every way!!!
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