Tags : | Cinematic | 3.60 MB
Description : 1906 was the year of the largest emigration wave of Sicilians to America. Sicily, the cradle of mafia and vendeta, and the land of poverty. Why did I compose this? Coincidentaly, last week I was watching again all three "Godfather" movies after a long time (Marlon Brando is still my favourite actor), so I got an idea! The sentiment of leaving beloved homeland and family in desperate search for a better future is the key here to capture. Human heart in sadness but full of hope ! Mediteranean flavour mixed with almost classical elements prevails in this little extra offer. Not a cup of tea for everyone then...probably only for those who are able to survive all that orlandesque trumpery.:) It's a tricky one...ok?

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  1. samik1994
    samik1994 on Tue 25th Aug 2015 - 2 years ago
    wow amazing
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot for listening and download!

  2. Sefgrt
    Sefgrt on Fri 24th Jul 2015 - 2 years ago
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot!:)

  3. Ricochetriot
    Ricochetriot on Wed 8th Jul 2015 - 2 years ago
    absolutely fantastic
    Reply by Orlando51 Many thanks for listening, downloading, 'faving' and for these two powerful words!:)

    With much appreciation______Orlando
  4. liaostella
    liaostella on Wed 1st Jul 2015 - 2 years ago
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks for listening and downloading!

  5. iamfsh
    iamfsh on Tue 30th Jun 2015 - 2 years ago
    انا سبونج بوب> بوب>بوب
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot...whatever it means!:)

    All the best____Orlando
  6. xXinFormalXxAJ
    xXinFormalXxAJ on Wed 24th Jun 2015 - 2 years ago
    Really a good track bro. I can feel the ambiance. The environment is cool!! Good work!!
    Reply by Orlando51 I'm really glad you like this one!:) Thanks alot!

    With appreciation______Orlando
  7. Mosaic
    Mosaic on Tue 2nd Jun 2015 - 2 years ago
    Hey Orlando

    Mate amazing piece of work, just brilliant, so much emotion worked together into this piece, taking you on a journey of hardship...Nearly would say this is my fav piece of yours so far...If not it is right up at the top of the list...MASSIVE fav mate...One of the best piece's heard on the loop in a long while...Peace n Respect...Mosaic...
    Reply by Orlando51 I'm so grateful for this generous comment, my friend....means alot!:)

    With much appreciation____Orlando
  8. ShortBusMusic
    ShortBusMusic on Sun 31st May 2015 - 2 years ago
    Hans Zimmer, Danny Elfman, John Williams, and now Orlando...great, great composition!!!!!

    There is nothing to critique here. There is simply a stunning, heartfelt composition that was well thought out, and executed even better.

    I have nothing worthy to say, so the best I can do is add it to favorites, download it for future reference and enjoyment, thank you for your generosity, and stand and applaud.


    I hope all is well.

    Reply by Orlando51 I'm so grateful for this review , Barry, so generous and positive...this piece is getting some recognition here on LM that I wouldn't expect....thank you so much!;)

    With much appreciation_____Orlando
  9. PDMuzak
    PDMuzak on Sun 31st May 2015 - 2 years ago
    Fantastic orchestration It's easy to listen to , probably difficult to perform. You posses great songwriting/arranging skills. Keep it up. PDMuzak
    Reply by Orlando51 So nice to read such a generous comment! Thanks alot!

    With much appreciation_____Orlando
  10. nz500
    nz500 on Thu 28th May 2015 - 3 years ago
    Perfect music for a starry night :)
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks for listening and mood recomendation!:)

    With appreciation_____Orlando
  11. youngboss900
    youngboss900 on Thu 28th May 2015 - 3 years ago
    nice work
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks for listening, commenting and downloading!:)

  12. Babsbabs
    Babsbabs on Wed 27th May 2015 - 3 years ago
    This just hit me.....
    It is gor-ge-ous!
    Reply by Orlando51 Thank you so much for listening, downloading and for this lovely comment!:)

    With appreciation____Orlando
  13. Gnasty
    Gnasty on Tue 26th May 2015 - 3 years ago
    This is beautiful, very well done cinematic track! this is professional quality, really feels like a journey
    Reply by Orlando51 Thank you very much for this generous comment...much appreciated!

    All the best_____orlando
  14. MORTradio
    MORTradio on Tue 26th May 2015 - 3 years ago
    Being the fan that I am for the Coppola films, I was immersed in your track. It also reminded me of "Once Upon a Time in America". Well done.
    Reply by Orlando51 "Once upon...." was also a good movie! Thanks alot for stopping by to listen and comment!

    With appreciation____Orlando
  15. srob1234
    srob1234 on Tue 26th May 2015 - 3 years ago
    This is full of feeling and emotion. After reading he description, you can't help but "zone out" into the world of imagining leaving behind your homeland while you listen! Well done!
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot for taking tje time to listen and comment...much

  16. arshloop
    arshloop on Tue 26th May 2015 - 3 years ago
    Excellent track...i like it very much !
    Reply by Orlando51 I'm really glad you liked it.....much appreciated¨!:)

    All the best______Orlando
  17. crucethus
    crucethus on Tue 26th May 2015 - 3 years ago
    I love the emotion with this work. I feel the hardship these brave new immigrants faced described by your deft composition. Congrats. well done.
    Reply by Orlando51 Thank you, Steve...you're always welcome!:)

  18. 15ludwicke
    15ludwicke on Mon 25th May 2015 - 3 years ago
    As an Italian who has moved to America, I feel like you've captured the essence in its full. Loving the use of the strings as a call and response in some parts. Your picture of a heart with sadness and hope is one beautifully painted in this piece. Keep doing what you are doing because it is stunning.

    Rico L.
    Reply by Orlando51 Rico, thank you so much for this lovely comment!

  19. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Sun 24th May 2015 - 3 years ago
    much has already been said about this one Orlando...and rightly so...it is indeed exceptional...epic....inspirational....cinematic..thoughtfully composed...expertly arranged...and masterfully played...besides, the production is top notch too....I think that about covers it and thats my honest opinion my friend...Ed
    Reply by Orlando51 Thank you so much my friend for another supportive comment!
    You can imagine how hungry of making music I was after that long blackout and I think now I'm much closer to the former strenghts with this composition. I'm glad you have so much positive to say about it....I always trust your opinion!:)
    Also big thanks for the 'fav'...truly appreciated!

    All the best_____Orlando
  20. jamid
    jamid on Sun 24th May 2015 - 3 years ago
    Guys forget Francis Ford Coppola we have Orlando with such talent.
    This track is amazing.
    Well done
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot Jamid...much appreciated!

  21. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Sat 23rd May 2015 - 3 years ago
    Hi. This is very emotive and powerful stuff.

    It has a grand, sweeping epic feel to it. Very cinematic and the violin work is great.

    Lots of elements all intertwining very skilfully in such a way that it's hard to work out which instrument is doing what. Lots of beauty and depth.

    Sounds pretty much like pro soundtrack work.

    Doesn't need any drums.

    A short review from me because it's hard to go into detail on this one.

    Big congrats.
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot mate for this generous and encouraging feedback!

    With much appreciation_____Orlando
  22. Modnex
    Modnex on Sat 23rd May 2015 - 3 years ago
    I absolutely love the vibe of this one. It reminds me of those 1900 themed movies. I believe your small description fits well with this track. The sounds you came up with creates a very emotional vibe throughout the base of the track. With the right film to accompany it, this song could become a masterpiece no one will ever forget. Even though it does that quite well on it's own.

    Great work here!
    Reply by Orlando51 I'm so glad you liked it...thank you so much for listening and for this generous comment!:)

    With appreciation_____ Orlando
  23. mudhoen
    mudhoen on Sat 23rd May 2015 - 3 years ago
    Very cinematic and dramatic sound. Love the violin part in it. When reading the story behind this song I would say you captured the fear and hope very well.
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot for taking the time to listen and for posting this friendly comment!

    With appreciation____Orlando
  24. Oceanically
    Oceanically on Sat 23rd May 2015 - 3 years ago
    an epic, emotional piece fit for a blockbuster! Superbly done :)
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot for this lovely feedback!:)

    With appreciation____Orlando
  25. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Sat 23rd May 2015 - 3 years ago
    The only reason I moved away from the speakers for this one was that my kitty was heading towards the fresh vinigrette, but then I was back in the seat. I really enjoyed the texture of the piece. The movies which influenced are not exactly my thing, but I can appreciate the feeling behind it. I have to wonder how much of the poverty in that area is due to the mafia, and how much has to do with morality which encourages overpopulation. But it's the mercury retrograde, so I won't dig to deep into that conversation! Any way, the composition and mixing are top notch on this song, and you've done great!
    Reply by Orlando51 Hi Spiv! I really appreciate your time spent for something which you're not quite into (certain music styles or movies etc.)and you're always so kind and friendly to say a word or two when my new track comes out....really precious and noble attitude! Thank you alot for that!

    With much appreciation and gratitude______Orlando
  26. joecramer
    joecramer on Sat 23rd May 2015 - 3 years ago
    Hello Orlando

    Do you work as a composer for movies?????

    This one sounds like direct taken from a film or just like special maked for a movie. WOW!

    With this talent you can help many moviemakers to lift there work up.

    Very cool one. I enjoyed the listen and the music touched in a way my heard and thats something very special.

    Exelent piece of music!

    stay tuned
    Reply by Orlando51 Not yet, Joe...haha...I'm still miles away from that level...
    Movie makers should rely on kickass composers which I'm not.
    For now the most important is that you enjoyed my music and that's a real privilege to me. Thank you so much for that and for this lovely comment!:)

    With much appreciation_____Orlando
  27. superultramegaok
    superultramegaok on Sat 23rd May 2015 - 3 years ago
    Hi Orlando
    I'm italian and I live abroad,
    your music is amazing, i can feel a lot of the influences of the southern italian music (minus, maybe a bit of arabs scales)
    This one is truly a great piece,
    i may suggest you to watch "nuovo cinema paradiso" a fine italian movie, shoot in sicily, with the sound track composed by the great ennio morricone

    Great stuff, man !
    Reply by Orlando51 Ciao amico!:)

    I have to tell you that I've already watched "Nuovo cinema paradiso" some time ago and it's a great movie with great music score of Morricone!
    Thanks alot for the great feedback!

    Con gratitudine_____Orlando
  28. promenade2239
    promenade2239 on Sat 23rd May 2015 - 3 years ago
    hey Orlando. this is some very fine cinematic oriented piece. really nice work on this one! Some moods (and instruments) present on many of your tracks make me think of House of Flying Daggers and all that kind of cimema.
    I must say all these mafia and vendetta movies always scared crap out of me but I really liked Last Tango in Paris.
    keep producing!

    all the best, alex
    Reply by Orlando51 Wow...you brought back memories on this fabulous movie with Brando and Maria Schneider. Maybe this one would deserve some musical reference too, but the Muze is not always around the corner...:)

    Many thanks and all the best_____Orlando
  29. silverman
    silverman on Fri 22nd May 2015 - 3 years ago
    You are truly a talented man Orly.
    I can taste the sardines as I listen to this ... in the favs it goes.
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot mate!

    I was just opening a can of tuna, but sardines are truly a better match.:)

    With gratitude_____Orlando
  30. Zergmazter
    Zergmazter on Fri 22nd May 2015 - 3 years ago
    Amazing composition! You are a great composer wow. This was very enjoyable. I liked a lot the harp and violin combo, or maybe it was a piano arpeggio?

    Great Work.

    I might use your track as reference when I'm messing with strings. Those darn strings are super tricky!
    Reply by Orlando51 Thanks alot mate for this great feedback! Yeah, I use strings quite alot in my compositions, particulary my early recordings
    on Looperman contain alot of it and nowadays I return to string arrangements from time to time just to not forget how much I'm capable to achieve with it.:)

    With much appreciation____Orlando
  31. danke
    danke on Fri 22nd May 2015 - 3 years ago
    If someone's got any connection with Francis Ford Coppola, call him to direct the 4th part, just because of this music...:-)

    Outstanding artwork!

    All my hats off, Danke
    Reply by Orlando51 Is uncle Francis still alive? I will check it out...:)

    Thank you, my friend

  32. phatkatz4
    phatkatz4 on Fri 22nd May 2015 - 3 years ago
    Love the Godfather movies :D I've read a few Mario Puzo books as well. I have a Mafia "La Costra Nostra an Expose" vhs box set that's quite interesting and violent to say the least... I didn't know Rudy Guliaani was a prosecutor, he's so young in it, hahaha. I think you nailed your description here once again! *plays again Excellent work Orlando :p I can only imagine having to leave your homeland and go to another country altogether. I've been some miles from where i live for a week at time and after just a couple days I wanted to go home in the worst way!
    Reply by Orlando51 You seem quite connected with mafia...haha...Joke aside and thanks alot for listening and positive feedback!

    With appreciation_____Orlando
  33. JAweGuy
    JAweGuy on Fri 22nd May 2015 - 3 years ago
    I managed to get to the end of this without moving in my chair, only when this beautiful piece of music was over did I snap out of the trance!

    I think this is an incredible composition, one I'll be listening to again for sure. Around the three minute mark it was magical for me.

    - JAweGuy
    Reply by Orlando51 Really nice to know that my new track grabbed your atention!
    Thank you so much for listening and posting this friendly comment.:)

    With much appreciation____Orlando

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