03 Aug AMP Review: Seti the First “Melting Calvary”
This is sure to become a popular stop for a wide range of productions, but there is no denying that it will be particularly exciting for Film people. This is ready-made Film Score/Soundtrack, and has already set a couple of serious directors on fire. Seti the First provides dreamy, elegant classical compositions with enough bite and otherness to them not to become too much of a team player. The cello, an instrument with such an amazing depth, rules for most of the part, and therewith often giving the output a dramatic elegance. There are also other instruments used, such as drums, wind instruments, marxophone, zither, and even a hurdy Gurdy, and they all contribute excellently with their particular sound beings and add complexity and verve to the ever-expanding and contracting landscapes. Having cited such influences as Steve Reich, Phillip Glass and Arvo Part etc., you have a bit of an idea from whence Seti the First starts, but to fully appreciate where they go you will have to have a listen on the AMP player.
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Styles: Classical, Experimental
Moods: Medieval, Melancholic, Dramatic, Ethereal, Soundtrack, Serious, Haunting, Reflective, Emotive, Minimal, Alluring, Eerie, Wondrous, Atmospheric, Floating, Hypnotic, Mystical