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    Default "Dance of the Goblins" for Orchestra

    Here's a piece of music I wrote, inspired by composers like Dukas, Lyadov and Berlioz. I hope some of you find it enjoyable, and would appreciate any and all feedback!


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    I really enjoyed this.

    It did remind me a lot of Harry Potter. In a good way. I guess they borrowed from Berlioz for that as well.

    The sounds are also great, I'd love to know what VSTIs you are using.

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    Thank you adrien! The samples are virtually all Orchestral Tools Berlin Series. It is pricey, but I think if you want to sound realistic whilst retaining control of "what each instrument does", then it's one of the best out there currently.

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    Nice virtual sounds, very believable.

    Great orchestration. You got skills.

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    Wow! I like especially the nice use of the instruments, including the percussions.
    The piece must be fun to play too. Did you propose it to orchestras?
    You just write French exactly like you spell it. Very simple!
    In the Navy, one must salute everything that moves and paint the rest.
    I wish so dearly Mozart were still alive! And his music already dead.

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