Erik-Peter Mortensen / Songs / Journey of the Spirit

Journey of the spirit

Nice I Like your music you should be submitted to film for movie scores you got a lot of potential keep up the goodwork.i like to collab with you on some musicli Lik e I said your music should be submitted
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Journey of the Spirit presents itself as a work, it has all the hallmarks and reflects its shape but also the substance and the listening fills you like when you take a sip of fresh water in a day with lots of warmth. your classical base perceives by listening to the structure of the piece and also the instruments used that are difficult to play but also difficult to insert into a melody, assemble them, shape them
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Lovely orchestral sounds

New York City’s Erik-Peter Mortensen has created some lovely sounds with Journey of the Spirit. The lush string and woodwind combination is the main attraction. The bassoon makes a nice appearance throughout.
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Hi Eric-Peter M.

Hi my friend once again another great song the production was nice I like the way the music was played in the background also song structure was very nice as well a song worth listening to keep up the great work from James Milligan President CEO,New Experience Records/Rick Ross Music Group/UMG.
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Classical

I love classical music very relaxing and the music sounds really great very creative and well composed I appreciate this song so much i love creativity and uniqueness and at anytime I would love to hear more of your great work and never stop creating keep on going to the next level and thank you for sharing your craft with the world and have a wonderful day and may God continue to bless you in all your endeavors
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sweetness

an exciting start, like a requiem, indeed a requiem I have to say. A good instrumental combination. I like the development with flute and violin, a good performance of the bass and all in all very quiet until suddenly the violins are shaking the course but being calmed by the bob and the horn that strengthens the basses carrying it all in a majestic tranquility supported by the the melody of the flute very gently, pulling this spirit up to the last breath and concluding peacefully reassuring the souls and keeping that serenity that still lasts after the end of the song. I really like, my most gratified compliments. Good continuation, Joe
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Hi

I like this song A lot. Nice storyline, chord changes, Melody and some instrumental hooks Within. I think the lead break is maybe a bit too long but more importantly the intro is certainly too long before the vocals start. As you are most likely aware of in the music industry A&R makes their decisions to pass or accept within 20 seconds I don't think the vocals start within that time frame. And they don't accept the song based on the intro unless it's something like Satisfaction or Honky Tonk Women by the Stones. For a life performance no problem. I think it's worth repeating that in the music industry music industry players never really listened to the entire song they base their past or accept within 20 seconds. I hope you find this helpful and wishing you the very best with the song

Dope

Aye beat is dope asf and great mixing done on track , so shout out to whoever your engineer was and keep doing your thang keep grinding keep putting in that hard work and stay consistent Keep doing your thang keep grinding bro you definitely have potential and the talent is there continue to make that real music you doing and you gone make it fam that’s my opinion keep working
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