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Sean Damon Demo (part 1)
All great stuff, but my particular favourite is the dramatic, edgey 1st clip. Kudos, Sean
That last comment was meant for 'Into the Twilight. The player moved on to the next track before I hit the blue button lol!
Sublime melancholy. 1990 was clearly a fine vintage. There's a staggering diversity of music on this site which makes it quite unique in my experience. And within it there are a few pillars under which the rest of sit in wonder. You're one of them Sean.
Had to visit your page Sean,this is a marvel my friend.Wish i had taken a download when it was available.Strings as you know get me evertime.Kudos.
Not heard from you for a while Sean, enjoying your Excerpts compilation while I type, hope all is well and looking forward to some more music from you soon? All the best, Gibbo
Sean its been a while and oh my!!! This is a concerto... this is bloody fantastic.. This is production at its finest.. slipping in and out of some amazing instrument work. Ahh a collage of all your work.. fantastic! What a listen! Enjoyed that intro though! Hope you are well my friend! :-)
This is AMAZING Sean!
Simply a marvel of music. Reaches heights only equal to the imagination.
Hi Sean. I think it's brilliant that you have done a collection of all your best work on this track. It's also great for your fans and listeners so they can more clips of tracks that they may have missed. There are plenty of moments here. Some dramatic, some beautiful and especially some surprises. Enjoyed and I am looking forward to checking out Part 2. Your Sean Damon Demo is simply brilliant. PJ
Unsigned? ..........Seriously?........... Shocking, honestly shocking! That piece at 3:26 was so sweet.....harps around 7:00 lovely......8:00 is violin/piano/?french horn is so nice!.........all is very strong music for me...........This is some REAL talent, Kevin
Having listened to the Fruits of Silence just had to hear some more.. wow powerful stuff this with some mystery, and interesting touches and changes.. Lovely guitar.. Really enjoy listening to your music and will be back for more.
Overture magnificent...crescendos are so powerful...guitar..some classical fingering in there...organ and soprano...loved that light touch on the Christmas song..thick strings...that flute has such a sweet lilt and phrasing...both film cues are so passionate...what a gift...will be back for the rest..only 5m in :)
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.