New Seas Yonder Over Land

New Seas Yonder Over Land

msculli1's picture



Liner Notes: 

This song is pure mathematics. zzzzzzz

Still trying to write songs which use prime numbers as a random base. Prime numbers randomise the piano hits to a specific delay

Choir divided to notes on F Major scale. 3rds, 5ths, 7ths, 11ths, 13ths, 17ths and 19ths.

Instrument choice inspired by Morricone. I was reading what defined the music for the Fistful of Dollars trilogy, basically a lack of cash and a genius composer with a friend who played guitar and a brilliant soprano.

This is my first tentative version with Choir, Strings and repeating notes (piano not guitar). Nothing like Morricone, but I will hopefully return to try my own full blown Spaghetti theme at a later date.

I have cut this to about 4 mins, but if you are a gluten for punishment, here is the long version...

I've also given it a pretentious title to stop me trying to give it lyrics. HAHAHA


There are no lyrics.

Music by M.M.Scullion ©2020

Please keep your comments respectful, honest, and constructive. Please focus on the song and not the demo.


fresh spotless youth's picture

Pure math? Well, it sounds so beautifully organic. Wow, it really is gorgeous. I love the rolling sea and soaring melody, if that's the right word. But then the percussion snakes through there, making a magical tapestry.

tjeff's picture

Well, music is quite mathematical in many ways. After listening, I wouldn't consider this piece "mathematical," it's quite beautiful and has a flow and forward motion that I like. I definitely get an ocean vibe and I was picturing an overhead flight along a beautiful coastline.