Leland Thomas FaegreSerengeti Serenade
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Tuesday, September 06, 2005 1:30:57 PM
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Saturday, June 27, 2009 8:44:20 PM
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The introduction to 'Serengeti Serenade' features the Kudu [Antelope] horn. Described as sort of a French horn, The Kudu or Antelope horn is also heard at the end and is the hook of the production; Kalimba and various sundry percussion in addition to African choral samples build ever so gradually during the bridge or 'middle eight.' Though I have never visited the Serengeti, I believe this ambient soundscape encapsulates the African environment of the 'Dark Continent.'

Engineered and Mastered by Patrick Collins at Collinator Studios



On the Korg Triton, there is a patch described as 'Song of Africa' that served as the inspiration for this work. It is not unusual for pre-set patches to be quite enough to evoke a creative response and the Triton very much lived up to its reputation. This composition was another of those that wrote itself. Written early in 2002 on a recently purchased Triton LE, it remained without an instrumental chorus until late in 2004 when I began in earnest to arrange and produce what became quite a departure from my typical compositional style. Close your eyes and enjoy the Serengeti...
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Song Comments

...Unique Music...
as stated above: Leland can deliver feeling through sound beautifully. I feel like I am in the Serengeti while listening to this.. nice!


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