> The mood setting and development is quite nice and that's the strong
I kind of agree, however:
She's not a very expressive singer by nature. And for this project
(which this song is part of) I decided to see what comes natural (same
goes for compositions, arrangements, other performers, etc), and later
see it the whole needs something different at spots. Besides for this
particular song I wanted a quite "un-dynamic" feel, which also means
that I really tried keeping the arrangement very dynamically static.
Just enough development in the music to keep the listener from being too
bored, but no crescendos, or climaxes or such. Just a simple statement
of the mood.
Still I will definitely keep this in mind when reworking it. Thanks for
> On the other hand, I've found that the bass (bassest ?) noise used as
Hmmm. I'm not sure which sound you're referring to. Is it the one on
"one in every other bar", the one leading into sections or the one on
> It is not sung in English, isn't it ? Do you have a translation of the
The lyrics are Danish. I wouldn't want to bug the list with it,
considered it's religious nature. I could translate it and send it to
you off-list if you're interested...
peace, love & harmony