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In the Falling Snow
Yes this deserved number 1 Sean brilliant...I came by to thank you for all your wonderful comments on my lyrics. As to the ease with which I write lyrics, I wish I could do more than that....I am a professional writer so words are all I am good for...but I truly enjoy collaborating with fine artists and if ever I can supply a line or two for you, do let me know...usually takes me an hour or two to write a whole lyric but occasionally it can take a few days for the inspiration to come. And the best thing is I write lyrics for free (and royalties if the song is ever released of course)
NO 1!!! Well how deserved is that! And i can only hope that by listening to this magical magical track that the snow starts to fall here as we approach my most favourite time of year. You have managed to capture the essence of a snowflake and not to mention the time of year with this beautiful composition.. as always huge thumbs Sean and once again well done!
This is a black and white Christmas movie from the 40s! It is so evocative and has a wonderful romantic touch to it. Excellent production and a worthy Number one!
Majestic in sound and full of life. Like the tingle of a wet snowflake gently kissing the nose as it falls! I could feel it! Good stuff and congrats on #1! -Mike
Congratulations on the top spot Sean. Fracking good tune.
I can imagine the movie so clearly....you are a scenery painter in music Sean...another wonderful piece of fine art :)
A truly splendid and spellbinding piece of work! So indicative of the "white fluffy stuff " that can cause so much havoc to us , yet here invokes the wonderment of each unique tiny flake of enjoyment. Personally this takes me way back to my childhood and my first memories of fresh snowfall. Lovely..just lovely!! You are a very gifted musician!!! Thank you for this download too. keith
I think the general agreement from reading the other comments is that this music takes us to another place, a happy warm and secure part of our past. I cant praise this highly enough Sean, In the Falling Snow is amazing. Big thumb and a DL, thank you. Gibbo
arrgghh..."more than a dusting of the fluffy stuff..." :)
Got a little more than a uffy stuff, but as it descended, you had this song to frame it all...so I trod the yard with this song framing it all...a bit of euphoria in the night as snow falls..well-expressed here Sean..always enjoy the manuscript :)
Thumbs!....Celesta, flute, harp, strings = Christmas :)
Hi Sean, This is wonderful music composition, so welcoming, and heartfelt, I had such potent mind images appearing, and memories of begin a young child in America (when I was 6) and plain gin the snow, such a rarity in Australia! makes me want to hop on a plane!
Always guaranteed audio elegance on your page,Sean. Very evocative composition and even though I hate winter,this may just make it easier to prepare for the nasty weather...although hibernation is very tempting :) Nice work.
Its funny the imagery that music evokes in a person. The feelings that go with it and how you can be transported to a place, time, memory, or connect to an imaginary world that you have walked through countless times. This has taken me to such a place. So familiar and so warm. It reminds me of scenes I have played in my mind as I have read many many books that have transported my soul to places with warm hearths, loving smiles, tight embraces and always family friends and loved ones. Such a lovely piece to share with any one during this time of year. Thank you for sharing this Sean. As always your talent pool seems vast, deep and without end.... cheers.
Lovely piece of work Sean Personally i cant fracking wait to get some snow falling here in the UK. Your music really conjures up a winter feel. Beautifully composed and arranged. Thumbs
Stunning work Sean. Love the music box type sounds playing :) Great composition with top class production. Short piece, but beautifuly realised. Cheers Mal.
Your gift for musical composition and ability to play such a diverse range of instruments leaves me awestruck every time. How you remain unsigned while talentless hacks with a sentimental backstory get fame and record deals through TV talent shows is nothing short of a crime against true talent. I salute you, sir!
On My Second Listen , what a wonderful piece Sean , yes i can picture the Snow falling past the Window as i sit by the warm Fire ...
Brilliant ... Degs
A lullaby for me. Sweet and so gentle. The builds and breaks are such an invite to just lay back and go to dreamland.
Born Sean Damon Rohde in 1968, I began my music studies at twelve. Like so many others, I learned my favorite rock songs by ear. But almost immediately I realized an intense desire to create. I was no longer interested in playing the music of others; from then on I have played only my own music.
In 1986, using my name Sean Damon, I began my serious music career. In fact, I have learned music mostly by my own efforts; I have had very little formal training. Since beginning my studies, I have also developed a voracious appetite for high culture in all forms: the fine arts, history, and science.
Above all, though, I hold Mother Nature most dear. In her embrace I find my classroom, my playground, and my church. From her, I have learned to appreciate the beautiful subtleties of existence. With her, I have experienced some of my greatest pleasures. By her, I find the spiritual reassurance to continue through hardship and maintain a productive life.
Amid ugliness of the human world, I find paradise in my thoughts. Whatever becomes of humanity, I shall continue to do my part to promote beauty.
Artists keep the sanity of humankind.
Although I am proficient on the guitar, I, unfortunately, do not play any other instrument. What you are hearing in my recordings is the sound of sampled instruments painstakingly sequenced to sound as close as possible to the level of fidelity that most of you manage through recordings of your own actual performances. I work in seclusion, hence, have not the blessing of external interpretation. By necessity, I must take full responsibly for the conception, production, and performance of my works so that my scores may be heard by others. I am exceedingly thankful for the existence of technology that enables me to bring to life scores that would have lain fallow on my shelf.