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~ OK this is a clever string arrangement that has a real pace to it. I Imagine a steam train pushing along through the country from 0:40 up to 1:05, this could be really developed I think. I really enjoyed this, especially the 'proud' brass later in the track. Bravo. Contender for the next Snowman movie I think :)
Great track. I like how you eventually added percussion into the mix, and there might be some brass if I'm correct? I also liked the background vocals (I'm pretty sure?) starting at around 1:50ish. Great job overall! Thumbs!
Am I getting mixed up with postings!!, this is nice string sections, very real with depth, nice work overall Andy!! thumbz 2!
Instantly drawn to this as I'm a sucker for fiddles and cellos, this has a lovely dignified and bold feel to it. Percs are subtle yet add a lot too. Nice work
Very nice Andy. A good full sound, and really interesting arrangement. Love the rasp of the strings!
Popped round the other day to hear Jupiter Discovered...only to find it had been swallowed up by a Black Hole lol. Really nice,authentic strings.Luv the marcato attacks. Nice timpani's driving the string rhythms.Would luv to know where you get your chorals from...awesome. Nice work Maestro.
Lovely.. and uplifting.
A journey so enjoyably worth taking. You have made another beautiful piece of expressiveness in these musical strings, pipes and drums. All from your desk!
A well composed soundtrack, strings to open, like the change at 2 mins. Creates tension them vocals blend in nicely. Good work. Mal.
Hi Andy....as a cellist, I have to say I am impressed at the short bow and pizzicato in these strings...easier, I think, to get "lush" (long bowing technique) from orchestral samples...but you have a sweet (suite) sound happening...and, you send it into my passion by adding choir, and timp, horn section, then oboe...these are my love in the orchestra...now I hear a harp...xylophone too? Got me hooked, and I bow (or was "bow" - long and short) to you, sir!
Hi! I have been interested in music since an early age and now enjoy making tracks with the various software available.Such as Edirol, EWQLSO and my new addition, Miroslav Philharmonik which has some strings to die for, all this sequenced in Fruity Loops. I now seem to concentrate on composing Classical Soundtrack material. I also enjoy rearranging tracks in collaboration with the awesome talent on show here. Please stop by anytime and enjoy!The Chambers album has been accepted in the Music Dept of the National Library of Israel and hopefully will be added to the holocaust museum there.
My first album STAY with ME can be bought here: http://www.cdbaby.com/andrewfoyston and the latest BEYOND POLARIS at www.cdbaby.com/andrewfoyston2.
CHAMBERS is a trilogy in music with the Holocaust as the theme. All can be seen at www.andrewlfoyston.com I am also a proud member of DARD PRODUCTIONS a collaboration team www.soundclick.com/dardproductions whose members span across 3 continents.
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I really enjoyed the melody. Loved the flute.... more than the bass :)
If I had my music software working, I could put my finger on it, but overall, just loved it!
Seeing as how I have been completely laid up for the past two doing doing nothing but honking into a handkerchief and spluttering like a man drowning (Ed: just a seasonal cold, tut tut poor reviewer), it seems appropriate that I should come riding back into the fray on orchestral wings. On second thought, after that sentence, maybe I should just go back to bed. Andrew Foyston (to give
Valour and Honour – Andy F- Essence Review
Well, what can I say? It’s a huge track and no one can deny! Huge sounds, very dramatic indeed!
I’ll try to skip the obvious comment of “this should be in a film” because it is obviously your intention Andy, to make your tunes fire the imagination and conjure up all kinds of themes and scenes to which your tracks could be impl
This an immensely dramtic and emotional piece of music. It's actually difficult to think where to start. The beginning is probably the best place.The haunting melody at the beginning truly sums up the emotion I can only imagine would be felt by prisoners being taken to the gas chambers. The bells add a nice touch, hinting to everyone that death is close. You can almost smell the mud and
Andy wondered if i was up for classical pieces when he submitted this for review! Good news is, yes I am!
I have always loved orchestration, as does everyone if you really think about it. Whes used to it's full scope, 'classical' music fully captures and envokes all the feelings and meaning that modern music strives to recreate in different ways.
Andy's 'The Last Galleon' does just that, the sus
T'was brass monkey weather time, three years ago, I reviewed a track called Di Da Mix (October 2003) and although liking its content (a little), disliking its production (even littler) and thoroughly berated the composer to get serious about his sound. AndyF (yep, you guessed it) obviously did because as many of you know, he's been in here plugging away ever since and btw, he did get s
Currently number one in MP3 Unsigned's Official chart, DHGC is a collaboration from two artists I have come to know very well, one for a very long time and one I've met within the last year. I first met AndyF a million years ago on another site when I reviewed his first track Di Da Mix (October 2003) and liked it. That hasn't always been the case, not because Andy isn't a good musician
Call me a sycophant if you like, I just don't care. I am bowled over by the undoubted talents of Andy F, and his latest track, Tears, is no exception.
Building his orchestration around the superb vocals of Amy Caldwell, the loving care and attention given to this crisp and professional work is evident from the outset.
It's always easy to eulogise over great songs and, naturally, personal taste c
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I have known Andy for sometime now , and his music has improved over the last year or so, he has this wonderful way of creating excellent , smooth , Well Produced Classical pieces that have a lot of emotion and very moving ...Take a listen to " Memories across the sea "the string work , t
ONE NOTE FIRST - “Although I am not totally into classical music, this song certainly has made me become interested in it. Fantastic score, fantastic instruments, fantastic feel to the song – HIGHLY RECOMMENDED”
Starting off smooth, the piano work done at the beginning is great, although could have been uplifted a bit to hear it a bit better, but with all the other instrument work