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NEMO 016
year: 2005

project coordinator:Michael Peters
mastering: Michael Peters

Music for imaginary films or new soundtracks for existing films

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3 Matthias Ebbinghaus
stream trackload mp3   Dance of the Malistics
"Dance of the malistics" could be part of the film music for an independent science fiction film with a surrealist undertone. A long time after a nuclear catastrophe on earth, new civilisations have formed, one of them being the malistics. They live with nature, rites, and myths, are believed to possess magical forces, and to use them to suppress other peoples. "Dance of the malistics" is the music for a scene at first set in a cave, later outside the cave. The malistics - which can never be clearly seen throughout the movie - dance around a fire. The end of the movie reveals that they do not really possess magical forces but are in contact with an alien race which supplies them with their advanced technology.
comment 27.12.2005: Krispen Hartung (http://www.krispenhartung.com)
  I love the deep, sweeping overtones used in this piece. Interesting percussion tone used....sound very realistic. Are they frame drums? They are very warm....almost sound like Ashikos, to warm to be dumbecks or darbukas. The drums really establish that nature and rites theme with the sci-fi / alien lifeform theme, with the textured pads in the background.
comment 29.12.2005: Ivan Kapec (www.triangulizona.com)
  Very powerfull begining, but I dislike the little motiv (in 5ths) which come latter, it's sound cheap and predictabile. However, part with drums, actually dance, is amazing. What is strange, that before I read about the background of the track, I am imagined that music in science fiction movie.

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