love it!the Munsters were one of my favorite sitcoms growing up and you my friend nailed this piece. Love the contrary motion and the intertwining melodies. This was done with such a beautiful touch and spin on the original song that I almost forgot how that one went.. The key changes also gave this piece a "keep you on your toes" feeling, I didn't know what to expect but when they occurred I wouldn't have it any other way. Great ending by the way too!! Keep up the fantastic playing and writing my friend! Bravo!!
Electronic Harpsichord soloThoughtful and complex humor based in a time honored tradition of music. The well known Munsters theme song is taken to new heights by Erik-Peter Mortensen's classical theme and variation treatment. Soothing,melodious,and whimsical- listen.
This is absolutely brilliantThis familiar TV theme is being given a baroque make-over. The arrangement and variations on the theme of the Munsters are nothing short of brilliant, and sound particularly well-adapted to the harpsichord. I believe it's done on an electronic keyboard rather than a real harpsichord, but the sound is convincing, and the performance on the keyboard is expert.
Seasons greetings Lil MonstersThank You Mr. MORTENSEN, Someone brave enough to bring counterterrorism into melodies perfect for the season. If liturgical work had to find a slip of darkness, the garment would be unchanged and fitted to a simple delight. It's sweet and sour in my opinion and to the standard of a stiff legged guile with flavor and swag. I can actually hear a fierce bass line for trendy hip-hop listeners with imagination. Thank You Erik and keep bringing great interpretations. KBH
Fine arrangement!New York City’s Erik-Peter Mortensen has done it again with a well-crafted & humorous harpsichord arrangement of the classic TV show theme from The Munsters. The fugue is a pleasure to listen to.
It is rather dark, but full of changes which enhance this Mix. Cm is my favorite key because of Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata".I do feel as if this give's you a true appreciation of Music's spectrum, and how it can convey feeling's even in the darkest of days. This Piece is quite Complex, off-putting but intriguing, something one doesn't often compose. Mr. Mortensen is clearly versed in chord structure; i'm quite jealous.
DopeAye 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
MemoriesWhat a great piece! As a kid, this was one of my favorite TV shows and hearing it played in this manner took me back to fun times as a kid. I love the fact that Eric Peter Mortensen chose this piece. It's an excellent work! I will look for more of Eric Peter Mortenson's work in the future.
The Munsters FugueI remind of my early years seeing this TV show....absolutely amazing work Erik....the mix of melodies is excelent. like eariing Bach playing a BMG for a Tv show from the eighties,great Work , congratulations