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    Red face Lydia's Monologue - Chateau Machiavelli

    Welcome,

    Lydia's Monologue


    Enjoy!


    Painting: Fred

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    Well, the intro was just plain "nuts" - a "good" nuts. Was not expecting the robot. Of course the music after was delightful, cinematic, dramatic, and "on target" as expected.

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael A. Wiktor View Post
    Well, the intro was just plain "nuts" - a "good" nuts. Was not expecting the robot. Of course the music after was delightful, cinematic, dramatic, and "on target" as expected.

    Michael
    Hi Michael,

    Yes! The artificial voice is weird.

    Wanted to create an unatural feeling by using a Flanger effect. The poor girl is about to lose her sanity. But before that in the next scene she will even lose her virginity!

    I find it interesting to use ugliness. It creates a contrast and makes us long for beauty!

    Thanks again for your sharp and sober attitude when listening to my stuff.

    Fred

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    Lol! My heavens, Fredrik. I've got to remark that,
    crazy as it is with the Microsoftized voices -- this is just
    inspired.

    It works.

    And followed by another marvelous Wagnerian/Fredrikian
    extravaganza, no less! My gosh, but this high drama
    in the writing really belongs on the broad stages of the
    Met!

    My best,


    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by etLux View Post
    Lol! My heavens, Fredrik. I've got to remark that,
    crazy as it is with the Microsoftized voices -- this is just
    inspired.

    It works.

    And followed by another marvelous Wagnerian/Fredrikian
    extravaganza, no less! My gosh, but this high drama
    in the writing really belongs on the broad stages of the
    Met!

    My best,


    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    Hi again David,

    While digging in the archive, I found that I had not replied to this one.

    The harmonic material of "Lydia's monologue" is like a twin composition of "Bolero", my recent post with the thumbs down sign.

    Yes! The microsoftized voices... I will soon go on with my renaissance drama

    Thanks for lending your ears,

    Fred

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