Not too many words today, just a short (2:21) piece of classical music (with a movie trailer in mind) I composed and produced. Hope you like it.

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30 comments on “REQUIEM FOR A GHOST”
  1. yassy says:

    Spectacular. Enjoyed this

    1. zoolonaudio says:

      Thank you. Give me another month or so and my classical album should be finished. I’d like to make it popular again.

      1. yassy says:

        Looking forward to that. Good luck.

      2. Chantal Taylor says:

        Fantastic atmospheric piece well suited to thriller, horror, mystery movie genres – loved the subtle monastic tones in the background – ominous!

      3. zoolonaudio says:

        I don’t know what to say other than, thank you.

  2. mikesteeden says:

    Reblogged this on mikesteeden and commented:

    My son George at composed this. I rather like it!

    1. zoolonaudio says:

      Thank you for listening

    1. zoolonaudio says:

      Thank you for the re-blog

  3. Really beautiful! Hopefully it will exorcise the spirit who is messing with the electrical out of our apartment as well!

    1. zoolonaudio says:

      Thank you. Ever since I wrote this our wall lights in the dining room have been flickering.

  4. That is powerful. Your dad said he’d heard this the other day and he thought it was brilliant. he was not exaggerating.

    1. zoolonaudio says:

      Thank you. I’m working on an album of these classical pieces.

      1. I said to your da today, it is like film music.

      2. zoolonaudio says:

        That’s good because that’s what I wanted. Thank you again.

  5. Being a sucker for strings, I was sucked in immediately. A drama’s hold. Smart build through other elements, and to let the end hinge upon the strings–damn, I’m a sucker for that, too. As one who listens to a helluva lot of film scores, I’d say that, in my meager opinion, you’ve got a talent for this. 🙂 xxx

    1. zoolonaudio says:

      Thank you. The right amount of and level of the strings were what held me up on this one. I have 7 more to write.

      1. True. Go too far and it’ll get soppy. Too little and listeners will lose them entirely.

  6. inesephoto says:

    Wow, that is brilliant. Stunning.

    1. zoolonaudio says:

      Thank you.

    1. zoolonaudio says:

      Thank you. I have classical music on mind all the time at the moment. It’s a good feeling except I’ve got so many other things to do right now.

  7. walkthearts says:

    Thank you for this two beautiful minutes. Really enjoyed it.

    1. zoolonaudio says:

      Thanks for saying that.

  8. George, “Requiem for a Ghost” had a huge impact on me as I listened to it. I would imagine you have a story playing in your mind in order to create the music and bring it to life. It’s a very powerful piece, for me it has a strong and stormy darkness, except at the very beginning and then again towards the very end, yet oddly the piece is uplifting, it’s as though I’m traveling through the emotions and memories of a life once lived. I can most definitely see this being used as the music for a movie trailer. Beautiful, really wonderful George, I look forward to listening to more like this. I hope you’re having a great day. ~ Mia

    1. zoolonaudio says:

      Sorry to take so long getting back. Some (the proper ones) classical composers take an almost or actual mathematical approach to composition. I am not trained classically, so my approach is random. My mood at the time takes the music where it goes. The reason I like listening to classical music is that it feeds the thing we call a soul, whatever that really is. I am so glad you liked it.

  9. Rajiv says:

    This is brilliant

    1. zoolonaudio says:

      Thank you Rajiv. I appreciate that.

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