dear friends of the music by Ralf Christoph Kaiser, tonight you get the orchestral version no. 3 of the song: "Glorius Times" in D-Minor. This song sounds pretty good and interesting. Little bit dramatic but in the end you reseive the maid. The ending of this song is more harmonic.
You get full score full orchestra leadsheet and parts for this instruments: Double Bass, Cello, Violin, Viola, Piano, Harp, Glockenspiel, Timpani, Percussion, Drumset, Tuba, Trombone 1-4, Trumpet in Bb, Horn in F, Solo Horn , Contrabassoon, bassoon 2, clarinet in Bb 1, clarinet in Bb 2, oboe 1, oboe 2, flute 1, flute 2 and piccolo.
You get everything your heart desires with this score.
I give to you the hight resolution wav file 24 bit 192 khz and mp3 version for mobile use. Last but not least i give to you the version 1 orchestra meets electronic as mp3 version on top.
Have some fun with it.
Ralf Christoph Kaiser
Dear friends of the music of Ralf Christoph Kaiser and Kaiser Klassix, today you get the song: "Glorius Times" in D-Minor in version 3 arranged for a full symphony orchestra in the resolution 24 bit 192 Khz and additionally as mp3 for the cell phone.
You will also receive the complete sheet music for all orchestral instruments with Full Score Full Orchestra Leadsheet and Parts.
The following instruments are included:
Double Bass, Cello, Violin, Viola, Piano, Harp, Glockenspiel, Timpani, Percussion, Drumset, Tuba, Trombone 1-4, Trumpet in Bb, Horn in F, Solo Horn, Contrabassoon, Bassoon 2, Clarinet in Bb 1, Clarinet in Bb 2, Oboe 1, Oboe 2, Flute 1, Flute 2 and Piccolo.
In addition to these individual parts, you will receive the lead sheet for the conductor and complete sheet music overviews for only wind orchestra without strings and a version for woodwinds in large.
With this download zip you have everything your heart desires.
I also give you version 1 orchestra meets electronic as mp3. For example, this version plays an electric bass synthesizer called the Sharp Wobble Bass instead of the flutes. It is also important to know that the strings (violins) play pizzicato in both version 1 and version 3.
In electronica version 1 there is also a vibraphone, instead of harp and glockenspiel and instead of horn in F and oboe 1.
In the large symphony orchestral version 3, the flutes sometimes play the tones somewhat warped, so that the tones are shifted upwards as a result of a stronger blowing, like a glizando with the violins.
This effect is applied a few times in a row. The trombone also warps the sound extra loud and falls out of the frame. These effects virtually replace the pitch lever on the synthesizer, which is included in the electronica version.
When the classical instruments escalate in this way, the drama of the piece is clearly supported and the special is worked out.
In version 3 for full symphony orchestra, the violas also play short tremolos on the individual notes and the violins play pizzicato. This makes these two string parts sound very expressive together.
There are also very loud strong basses from cellos and double basses and Bassoon 1 and Bassoon 2. These basses bring the foundation and great drama that dissolves and is playful in the higher registers of the woodwinds.
This piece is about 3 minutes and 50 seconds long. It is quite wild and wild. Like a wild ride through the forest. Finally, the knight meets with his lover and sinks into your lap. It currently plays with Merlin and King Arthur with the Knights of the Round Table guarding the Holy Grail. I suspect that the holy grail was an important mineral spring that was created in a golden fountain.
Matching the cover with the golden bowl full of water.
I hope you enjoy the piece.
Thanks for your support!
Your Ralf Christoph Kaiser