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My latest classical style theme. Giglio Bianco, played on the keyboard.
No RT used but two midi super tracks then layered using reason 10

Giglio bianco is Italian for white lily ( I hope )

MIDI SuperTracks in song: 2056:Piano, Rhythm CelticAir Ev 085
MIDI SuperTracks in song: 2058:Strings, Rhythm CelticAir Ev 085

Used the strings for the choir as well and panned them well apart


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Hi Graham,

You have such a wonderful touch on the keys. This is just so pretty. The piano has somewhat of a Baroque styling. I like Baroque over most other classical subgenres as it is generally more melodious and light. You tryly shined on this. Take a bow, mate!

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Very pretty song Graham. Loved the piano melody had a classical vibe to it. Awesome playing. Well done


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Nice! I love your keyboard work and the choir is very effective.
Enjoyed the listen!

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Graham, very nice composition. The classical nature of the harmonic movement and melody fit perfectly with your choice of instrumentation. The choir choice added great texture to the piano element. Resulting track is exactly what it was meant to be--ideal for restful listening. Well done!

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Originally Posted By: Al-David
Hi Graham,

You have such a wonderful touch on the keys. This is just so pretty. The piano has somewhat of a Baroque styling. I like Baroque over most other classical subgenres as it is generally more melodious and light. You tryly shined on this. Take a bow, mate!

Alan



Thanks Al, I prefer the more melodious classical music & opera myself. Hope Di's ok ?

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Hey there Graham, Very soothing piece and the piano sounds grand. The choir really harmonizes well with it. Thanks for sharing!


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Very pretty song Graham. Loved the piano melody had a classical vibe to it. Awesome playing. Well done



Hi Scott, glad you enjoyed it, more to come

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Graham,

Melodic and relaxing.The delicate piano is very good.
An interesting and enjoyable change from your accordion work.

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Beautiful piece of music,

your light touch on the keys fits this perfectly,

very melodic,

( I first read it as Gigilo Bianco)

enjoyed the listen,

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Thanks Dave, bit easier playing the keyboard than an accordion LOL

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Graham, very nice composition. The classical nature of the harmonic movement and melody fit perfectly with your choice of instrumentation. The choir choice added great texture to the piano element. Resulting track is exactly what it was meant to be--ideal for restful listening. Well done!



Thanks very much for the kind remarks, so glad you enjoyed the listen

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That is a lovely melody and performance!!!

It is so nicely textured and nuanced.

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Dear "Furry"...

Your song, "Giglio Bianco", has a spaciousness of sound that is so much vaster than the few instruments that performed it. It's like an orchestrator took a piano score and reworked it into a symphony.

It had a soothing effect on my nervous system. If I had taken my blood pressure while listening to it, I'm sure I would have gotten a very low reading! That's a testimonial to how other-worldly and pastoral your composition was in tone and feeling.

Your piano-playing skills certainly added to the divinely restful nature of the piece. I'm sure the angels loved it , too :), "furry" !!!

Also, I liked how the end of the music was followed by such a great deal of silence. It's as though you invited your listening audience to dream up their own internal music while meditating on what they had just heard...Very imaginative way to present your song.

Floating on a cloud,

LOREN (a.k.a. "bluage")


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Hey there Graham, Very soothing piece and the piano sounds grand. The choir really harmonizes well with it. Thanks for sharing!


Thanks Joe, that's why a full choir would be great on real tracks

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Very, very nice !!!!

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Wow Graham - this is truly stunning smile Beautiful on the ears, and it flows gorgeously and effortlessly. It has a cinematic quality to it as well. I can imagine it sounding perfect in a movie soundtrack.

You should be proud of this one. Great work, and thanks for sharing!


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Really pretty Graham!! Would make a great movie score! Enjoyed!! Take care. Greg

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This has plenty of mood and depth Graham. Could see this in a movie. Nicely done.

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Graham, this is absolutely beautiful! Great mix also.

This borders classical and new age and I loved it. This reminded me of Jim Brickman.

Two thumbs up on this my friend.


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