N1M Charts

N1M Charts
Week 16, 2018

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  • 1
    We Sing for You - Erik-Peter Mortensen
    A Cappella / Film Music
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    Sorrowful Harmonic Voices

    I enjoyed the title and the harmonious voices. And the small upbeat before the ending. Imagining thi... more I enjoyed the title and the harmonious voices. And the small upbeat before the ending. Imagining this to be a credits roll the lyrics could use a bit more in the way of emotional punches but a rounded A Cappella sound. less

  • 2
    O Come All Ye Faithful-Christmas Madrigal - Erik-Peter Mortensen
    A Cappella
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    O Come All Ye Faithful-Christmas Madrigal

    This is a beautiful interpretation of a classic. The angelic song birds, add grace and a unique sou... more This is a beautiful interpretation of a classic. The angelic song birds, add grace and a unique sound. I can imagine carolers outside of my home painting beautiful pictures with there voices at Christmas. less

  • 3
    The Lamentations of Jeremiah-Part 1: Thomas Tallis - Erik-Peter Mortensen
    A Cappella
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    Signature review:

    Hi

    I like this song A lot. Nice storyline, chord changes, Melody and some instrumental hooks Within. I ... more 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 less

  • 4
    Ave Verum Corpus: William Byrd - Erik-Peter Mortensen
    A Cappella
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    Amazing music

    Great composition, polyphony, and medieval style piece. Professional performance of tenor and bass v... more Great composition, polyphony, and medieval style piece. Professional performance of tenor and bass voices. However, It would be beneficial to include different kinds of rhythms and not only long notes such as quavers and semiquavers. An inspiration could be Mozart's Requiem. But obviously, the melody adopts the middle ages period music such as Machuat's one. less

  • 5
    I am the Resurrection - Erik-Peter Mortensen
    A Cappella
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    I=R

    This artist continues to re-invent the A Cappella Choir genre,which is a great idea for this day an... more This artist continues to re-invent the A Cappella Choir genre,which is a great idea for this day and age. Firstly ,it is sung in English,while retaining the ancient vibe,which is not as easy as you might think.This effect has to do with combining "Early Music" singing style with Operatic diction.The interplay between Alto and Baritone voices is smooth, engaging,and well directed.Overall, the effect is uplifting.Nice!! less

  • 6
    Missa Auld Lang Syne: Agnus Dei - Erik-Peter Mortensen
    A Cappella
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    A sweetness for the ears

    It is a beautiful long piece with angels voices and interesting harmonies. A complex piece that draw... more It is a beautiful long piece with angels voices and interesting harmonies. A complex piece that draws a singular universe. Congratulations to Erik-Peter Mortensen : it's a complete and subtle composition.And again, it's a sweetness for the ears. less

  • 7
    The Lamentations of Jeremiah-Part 2: Thomas Tallis - Erik-Peter Mortensen
    A Cappella
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    Splendid

    Great job, beautiful voices, very clear and crispy texture. Admire the cool, precise and yet so expr... more Great job, beautiful voices, very clear and crispy texture. Admire the cool, precise and yet so expressive interpretation of the Lamentations written by a major Renaissance English master. Splendid! less

  • 8
    Bluzldy - Live For Today - Bluzldy
    A Cappella
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    J's on his Way - ProjectJKB
    A Cappella
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  • 10
    Magnificat Octavi Toni - Erik-Peter Mortensen
    A Cappella
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    Signature review:

    M.O.T.

    This artist is the gentle stormtrooper of the A Cappella Choir!!The performance is well performed an... more This artist is the gentle stormtrooper of the A Cappella Choir!!The performance is well performed an brilliantly directed. There is also a great sense of sectional contrast enforced with dynamic tempi..smooth counterpoint,interspersed with rubato solo vocal,delivered in "High Mass"style.You can almost smell the incense burning!!The voices are all high calibre,and the rests are so perfectly timed,you feel transported.There should be more music like this on our troubled planet. less

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