Back in the old days I wanted to do some sort of album with several more or less fitting tracks on it. In fact it worked and became Randomized, an emotional album with mainly classical/movie soundtrack style music. One of the earlier pieces is Estapins. As you might have concluded already my brain’s part for finding great and fitting titles is severly handicapped.
Nevertheless it does not stop the music from being a sincere statement. In some way many of my tracks worked as musical diary entries ( „How did I feel back then“ ).
At Trax In Space I once again left a comment, this time 150% wittier than the comment for Deep Sea… which makes it about 10% witty on a global scale:
A slightly melancholical classical piece played with several woodwind sections, strings and several other sampled instruments.
Listen: hientau – Estapins
In the comments I learned that this track might lend a bit to Phillip Glass, whom I didn’t know of at that time. Fortunately I soon found out what Phillip Glass is capable of. Especially his interpretation of the original Dracula movie is very interesting.
In contrast to a lot of other pieces I produced before this one is quite rich in sound, even though it is still quite minimalistic and lacking production value. The next piece is similar in that aspect, but that’s something for another post.