It is fascinating the stories your mind comes up with. Do the stories come first or does the music weave the story?
I enjoyed the mystical trip into the past. Thanks Fred.
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Very mystical, indeed.
Like the musial description though. It gets the point over
The Bells sounded so great. Really added a touch of reality
to their part of the composition.
This was an enjoyable listen, Fredrik. Good orchestration and
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I think the music was right in line with the story. Effective use of the instruments and voices.
I've always had a fascination with that part of history. It's all so mysterious.
A project well done Fred.
I enjoyed this cinemagic presentation. It has the mystic of the druids and draws the listener in. They storyline you wrote is compelling and would make the basis for a great historical fiction novel. (I am not sure that Julius Caesar was ever in England.) Nice use of tubular bells.
Congrats on a nice work.
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I love it when threads that disappeared too soon get re-discovered, like this one. I didn't notice it the first time around - so thanks for bringing this to our attention, Michael.
Majestic piece, Fredrik! Juicy dramatics well fitting the Druidic inspiration. More power to you and to the Druids!
I like this Fred.
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Hi Fredrik, You've taken us to another time and place with your music yet again. The music had many elements to it and helped portray that scene you described. I could sense the mystery and ceremony of the Druids and also a bit of a martial air with the percussion. Another cool presentation and a glimpse back into history. Thanks! John