Erik-Peter Mortensen / Songs / Dawn of Darkness

Dawn of Darkness; review

A classical film score vibe in this production, violins cello, drums and brass/wind sections. This has a great highly polished and mastered finish to this recording. The instrumentation and composition are absolutely first class and goes to show the skillfull musicianship of the performers. A great introduction to classical styled music for newbies to the genre. This one is definately for theatre goers.
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Dawn of Darkness - Review

A very nice opening for a soft build that would bring in more intensity. This has a way of getting up your curiosity. There is a number of great instruments that build. The violins on a galloping pace and the drums keep the suspense and instruments give it a great variety. This would describe what I would see in a movie of something about to happen. This comes back down with a great last beat ending. Nicely done! All the best!.
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Forget Helter Skelter, this is Hairy Scary!

Apprehension grips you from the outset, spookily conjuring mystery using a mix of keys and strings. Flutes and woodwind along with tympanis beat with your heart, and a clarinet carries you into a gloomy atmosphere. Under all of this there are reminiscences of Harry Potter, Pan's Labyrinth, Stranger Things. In a world where we hear soundtracks blending with classical fugues and arpeggios, this one certainly stirs the emotions, eliciting a daunting and otherworldly challenge. If I were to look for anything to enhance a film which questions my reality, this would be my choice.
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