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WildVariation 18 Have video

Author: flag lft (Linus Åkesson)

Uploaded By: flagYohabro

Song Length: 2:58
Release Year: 2015
Song Status: Active *
Song Bitrate: 219 kbps
Song Legacy Flag: R
Song Source: Compo Entry
Song Platform: PlatformWild

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Rhapsody on a theme of Paganini, opus 43, variation 18. Performed and programmed by Linus "lft" Âkesson.

Licence: CC-BY-SA

Released at Revision 2015.

The original score was composed by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943) and entered the public domain in 2013.

Last Queued : 1 month, 3 weeks ago

This song has been played 46 times. [See Request History]
It was added 7 years, 9 months ago.

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Variation 18
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Amiga&C64 rulez



Very grandiose in the Vangelis style


Don't really understand what's all that demoscene about this (there are a few synths added) but it's a good performance.

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Due to all the rubato and tempo changes, it should be pretty freakin' tricky to program all those “a few synths added” to follow a piano performance.
That, and it demos how oldskool piano and newskool C64s can mesh together pretty neatly in the realm of classical music.
The video showcases it a lot better than audio-only.