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Don't Cry (A Cappella Sketch)


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particledots

 Genre: A Cappella

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Vocals - particledots
Music - sonicmagpie (bryn and cat)

This is a work in progress - a sketch only.

Has been on the backburner for over a year. Sonicmagpie will do the finished version.

Words inspired by a very sad night in 1995.
Music inspired by Brian Wilson
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Uploaded: Oct 12, 2009 - 11:51:11 PM
Last Updated: Jan 03, 2010 - 02:03:30 AM Last Played: Jan 10, 2017 - 07:33:31 PM
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magnatone said 2965 days ago (October 12th, 2009)
Don't Cry
ooh - glad this finally has made it to the FRONT burner Bryn! this is just a sketch? can't wait to hear what would qualify as a full piece!
Check out my latest song called Hallelujah (Leonard Cohen) and Variations
michaelkoppenheffer said 2964 days ago (October 13th, 2009)
Wow
Beautifully "orchestrated"--doesn't really sound like a sketch to me either. Had a powerful emotional arc in its two minutes!

How did you do the more atmospheric vocal snippets and sounds? I couldn't tell if it was cutting and splicing, or vocoder, or something else??? Great result, no matter what.
Check out my latest song called Till the Tap Runs Dry (album version)
said 2964 days ago (October 13th, 2009)
sketch
nice melody sketch here, great bed to build on

. - Harold
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A cappella music is vocal music or singing without instrumental accompaniment, or a piece intended to be performed in this way. A cappella is Italian for from the chapel (music); the term is due to restrictions on the use of instruments in medieval c

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