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    Cool "Pluto's blue fire"

    "Pluto's Blue Fire, written by the notorious conjurer Talbot. He wore a black skull cape to hide that his ears had been lopped as a punishment for having written this book!"



    Scene 5. (text available on soundclick)

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    Re: "Pluto's blue fire"

    Pretty bizzare and stern sounding music here. Certainly fitting someone who has no ears! Thanks for sharing it here.

    Gary

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    Fredrik

    For some reason what comes into my mind with this, is someone climbing a very long staircase. There is a lot of anticipatory feelings in this as if the person climbing the stairs expects something bad to happen to him when he reaches the top.

    Another fine piece!

    Ron

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    Re: "Pluto's blue fire"

    I get a sense of foreboding as one moves through a place or time.

    The king sure isn't prince charming.

    It sounds very good.



    Phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by GaryBric View Post
    Pretty bizzare and stern sounding music here. Certainly fitting someone who has no ears! Thanks for sharing it here.

    Gary

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    Thanks Gary,

    My music theory teacher Per-Erik Agrell shared some of his knowledge one day in the 80s. He was a big fan of older music and I can't forget that fascinating hour I spent with my teacher that day!

    Thanks for lending an ear,

    Fredrik

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    Quote Originally Posted by rolifer View Post
    Fredrik

    For some reason what comes into my mind with this, is someone climbing a very long staircase. There is a lot of anticipatory feelings in this as if the person climbing the stairs expects something bad to happen to him when he reaches the top.

    Another fine piece!

    Ron
    You are right Ron,

    "The reward of sin is death!" (Marlowe's Faustus)



    Fredrik

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    I found the harmonic work in this intrigue for the ear
    most curiously satisfying, Fredrik... gliding with almost
    a sense of calm across one's aural purview -- yet
    unsettling it at the same time.

    Very able scene-setting for things necromantical!

    My best,


    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by fastlane View Post
    I get a sense of foreboding as one moves through a place or time.

    The king sure isn't prince charming.

    It sounds very good.



    Phil
    Hi Phil,

    The king is surely not Mr. Niceguy! I have used a real known character a inspiration for King Gore. This composer from Renaissance Italy was known as "Gesualdo da Venosa" !

    You will find out by reading about this actually known composer that he was also not "Prince charming"

    Interesting detail about him is that Igor Stravinskij traveled to Italy to study everything about him! His life and tragedy and his unusual music that he wrote, because of all the feelings of guilt after what he did!

    listen to: Don Gesualdo

    I look forward to hear what you think of him

    Regards,

    Fredrik

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    Quote Originally Posted by etLux View Post
    I found the harmonic work in this intrigue for the ear
    most curiously satisfying, Fredrik... gliding with almost
    a sense of calm across one's aural purview -- yet
    unsettling it at the same time.

    Very able scene-setting for things necromantical!

    My best,


    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
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    Glad to have you onboard David,

    Orgando Di Vitruvius will introduce king Gore in the necromantic skills soon!


    Fredrik

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    A slumbering and self loathing struggle - the weight of uncertainty and the strain of being condemned for being a true oddity.

    Great work!

    Michael
    "...Wiktor's a Jekyll-Hyde personality..." - Lycos Music
    http://www.miserymadebeautiful.com

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