Conclusion

Conclusion

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Thank you Donna for your inspiring theme.
Here is my instrumental. It might be also an instrumental part of a song. Please let me know if you are interested in collaborating with me.
Thank you for listening. I'll be back commenting later.



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

Comments

Roddy's picture

Wow! A classical guitar piece for this theme. Very creative work here.

tjeff's picture

Love it - reminds me a bit of a baroque harpsichord being played years ago in someone's manor or estate with friends gathered around. I enjoyed listening!

cola's picture

So pretty! Feels like a sweet and sincere goodbye - sad, but hopeful to see each other again someday. Thanks for an enjoyable listen!

pokerowan's picture

Great to see you in a skirmish again Nadia! I've missed your instrumentals - this one feels so classical and high class. A very fancy conclusion indeed!

TheTau's picture

When did you add the Dulcimer to your skill set??? Sounds perfect for that Medieval Feel.. you know the one with that slow walking feel to it. nicely done. How can I do a download... I'd like to play around with "adding" some other instrument tracks. maybe a melody or two,. If you have an Interest?

Arthur Rossi's picture

I agree, this has an awesomely medieval feel to it... with strength and a touch of melancholy as well... Beautiful!

Wolf Kier's picture

This really does have a medieval feel to it, Nadia. You take us to another time and place with this one. Gentle and flowing. Very nice. And a skirmish. I still don't know how people do it under those constraints. Hugs to you, my friend.
Thank you again for your always kind encouraging words on my work.

Kristi's picture

I can hear this in a different time period, definitely! It's adventurous and I like the lovely melody. Amazing you did this in a skirmish! If other instruments get added, it would be intriguing to hear!