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Fancy Bazaar

Started this discussion. Last reply by Gav Brown Mar 4. 5 Replies

I put this quirky little piece together a few years back upon reminiscing about my strolls through the 'fancy bazaars' in Delhi and Gauwhati (India and Assam). I would often visit family as a child…Continue

The Climb

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tarun Prajapat Feb 25. 2 Replies

From down in the trenches, these are the final seconds as each soul awaits the dreaded tinny-thin screech of the whistles that will usher in their swift demise.A mini-tribute to the unfathomably…Continue

In Dreams

Started Feb 22 0 Replies

A short piece I made after waking up, a few years back. I think the music will tell you it was a pleasant dream!Continue

Origin - Ending

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tarun Prajapat Mar 3. 6 Replies

This is the ending score which helped me visualise Avyan discovering who/what he is. At 1:59 as he gazes into the distance, he 'sees' Eva (his sister) - a vision of her standing over an imploded…Continue

 

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Gav Brown replied to Tarun Prajapat's discussion Fancy Bazaar
"Hi Tarun, The piece is engaging and clean, with a fresh pop sound, in a somewhat Ambient style - Thanks for sharing! Gav"
Mar 4
Tarun Prajapat replied to Tarun Prajapat's discussion Fancy Bazaar
"Hi, Dane, No, not at all; I understand what you mean. Repetition is suited to some styles - Thomas Newman is a master at it. As is Philip Glass. Personally, I agree with you that this track needs more variety. Hopefully I'll get a chance to…"
Mar 4
Dane Aubrun replied to Tarun Prajapat's discussion Fancy Bazaar
"Hi again, Tarun, But please don't get me wrong. Such repeating loops make perfectly acceptable music but are usually limited in length. People like Philip Glass and Mike Nyman (the 'minimalists') use this technique, sometimes making…"
Mar 3
Tarun Prajapat replied to Tarun Prajapat's discussion Origin - Ending
"Hi, Dane, Thanks for the feedback; I do like this piece and would want to fine-tune it further - but great to here positive comments! All the best"
Mar 3
Tarun Prajapat replied to Tarun Prajapat's discussion Fancy Bazaar
"Hi, Dane, Thanks for the feedback - I admit I was lazy and could have updated the track! But, this way round at least I have a clear path set out for me by you. I tend to get lost in a repeating pattern because I'm visualising a scene (which is…"
Mar 3
Dane Aubrun replied to Tarun Prajapat's discussion Origin - Ending
"Hi again, Tarun, Well, as others have said, a most engaging piece. atmospheric, suggestive of big open spaces that certainly conjures up images and would fit with video or game (although my feelings are that it stands as a piece in its own right so…"
Mar 3
Dane Aubrun replied to Tarun Prajapat's discussion Fancy Bazaar
"Hi, Tarun, It set out as an engaging piece - with the background 'crowd' and atmosphere, and the cheerful, buoyant music figure with which it starts but I think that figure goes on a little long. The change at roughly the minute mark was…"
Mar 3
Tarun Prajapat replied to The Double E's discussion Soccer Mom
"Hi Double E, I'm not a fan of the video, but that's because I'm a traditionalist. The song and rhythm, however, is a good listen. I like the positive chords and would happily have this on in the background whilst working. The…"
Mar 2
Tarun Prajapat replied to Sean Pollaro's discussion My first orchestral piece
"Hi Sean, You are but another example of why I'm quite chuffed to be part of this forum, as a new member. It's great to be in the company of composers more talented than me; it will only push me to do better. I'll give you a compliment…"
Mar 2
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Fancy Bazaar

I put this quirky little piece together a few years back upon reminiscing about my strolls through the 'fancy bazaars' in Delhi and Gauwhati (India and Assam). I would often visit family as a child growing up. Fancy Bazaar is the name given to little shopping malls scattered inside huge crowded markets. These malls were special and 'magical' for me as I listened to my family describe them as having AC - quite the luxury back then.See More
Mar 2
Tarun Prajapat replied to Tarun Prajapat's discussion Origin - Ending
"Hi Double E, Thank you for the positive and kinds words and for your feedback. Very much appreciated! I surely will continue to create more music. All the best"
Mar 2
The Double E replied to Tarun Prajapat's discussion Origin - Ending
"Fantastic. I am assuming your focus is on music for picture and or media. It would fit so well in an adventure style video game, some sort of movie involving nature or a quest, or behind a program such as Living Planet. I apologize I do not know the…"
Mar 1
Tarun Prajapat replied to Tarun Prajapat's discussion Origin - Ending
"Hi Kjell, Thank you for your feedback, much appreciated! I was trying to create a cliff-hanger ending which makes more sense in my mind when writing my book's ending scene so that's understandable that to any listener this piece seems a…"
Feb 25
Kjell Prytz replied to Tarun Prajapat's discussion Origin - Ending
"Pretty piece, peaceful and depicting. It ends a bit sudden, feels it actually didn't end. It has an impressive sound picture guiding the listener into a dream world. Cheers, Kjell"
Feb 25
Tarun Prajapat replied to Tarun Prajapat's discussion The Climb
"Hi Dane, As always, your feedback is very helpful and to the point. Much appreciated! All the best and looking forward to upcoming uploads"
Feb 25
Dane Aubrun replied to Tarun Prajapat's discussion The Climb
"Hello again, Tarun, Another accomplished episode.   It's tense, dramatic, carefully avoids 'resolution' so the tension keeps up, adding little by little until, as if the participant has arrived it quietens, as if taking a…"
Feb 24

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What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Film, Television, Web, Multimedia, Songs
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
Modern Classical
Is music your main income source?
No - Not at all.
Where do you live?
UK
About Me (Must include at least one paragraph of biographical information about you as a composer) - blank or minimal answers on this line will cause your request to be rejected. Include a link to your website if you have one.
Hello! Haven't done an 'about me' in a while...I guess the reason I'm joining here is because I used to be part of a composers forum about a decade ago. I've been missing my interactions with other composers and thought it would be great to start over.
Me: I've never studied music and don't know music theory or how to write music from memory. I also struggle to recognise chords. But what got me in the game is my undying love, since I was a child, for film and music! My passion took me into digital compositions; my mouse is my baton and my keyboard is...well...my keyboard? ...Piano! that's it! Anyway, I just wanted to share some of my work with fellow composers and discover new, never-heard-before, compositions myself.

Thank you for having me,
Tarun

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At 7:47pm on February 13, 2021, Gav Brown said…

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