HelloNice guitar sound ( but I do think that 12 Strings Guitar will sound much better ).. why not record this Melody using ONLY Guitar . what about Guitar Duet..I'm sure that this way will sound much better..any how I have no idea what You will do with this..I do not think Music Publishers will take time to listen ( not much is going on in this recording.. so I really think Record This Tune as a Guitar Duet.. just an idea.. I wish You good luck..with submissions after a New Recording is ready..
HiI do Like this Melody..very calm and peaceful..but again.. It must be rerecorded with Real Instruments with better arrangement..other way I do no see what You will do with It..Remember that to Pitch out an Instrumental Music is EXTRA HARD these days..( everybody are trying using computers and thinking that They are Composers.. Trust Me.. Music Publishers KNOW in split sec what is that.. and They will NEVER EVER take Computer generated music for Publication..I hope that You know what I'm trying to say.. Good Luck.. I do like Your Melody..
the journeyLike all the music of artemisio e loredana, SAD SUNDAY tells a story. The song opens up like waking up on Sunday morning realizing you can stay put for a while. Can’t get back to sleep so let’s get up and do what we want all day. The second verse brings a dynamic change. Something is building. The bridge is now fully orchestrated and keeps building to a crescendo. The last verse is back to the same, but different. What happened to make it a Sad Sunday? I don’t know but I’ll keep listening; maybe I’ll find out. Maybe I won’t but it’s not the destination; it’s the journey.