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Lucifers Progression: Apostolos Plokamakis

Apostolos Plokamakis on September 04, 2013 01:54

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Combination of Classical / Hip Hop / House / Orchestral Music strung together to produce an ominous / haunting concerto about the progression of evil in every situation.

The concerto starts off faint, ominous and slowly builds intensity / leads to the harpsichord / violins and shakers all battling against each other, building tension with moments of brief release, the tension escalates again quickly as the hip hop beat comes in again and all the instruments come together competing for a chance to stand out and be heard / mocking each other. With the introduction of the wavering violins and violas / fast tempo the tension escalates and the dreary atmosphere raises to a state of panic and chaos as if some kind of satanic ritual is being performed.

The concerto is open for interpretation but I composed the instrumentation, melody and sound effects with the idea of creating a progression that represents the growth and evolution of evil starting from depression, isolation and ending in chaos, angst and mania.

Hope you guys enjoy!!! and feel free to comment / leave your thoughts on how you interpreted the piece / suggestions and constructive criticism are always welcome!


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