Tancredi Mourning at the Tomb of Clorinda

Song Reviews



Really enjoyed your music,relaxing and powerful.Classical indeed my friend.Those stringss are excellent. I can just close my eyes and I go from one scene to the next.Goosebumps as I listen.

United States, Georgia, Stone Mountain

Review of Tancredi Mourning at the Tomb of Clorinda


Thank you again for asking me to review your music. A very nice opening melody. This starts with a nice soft symphonic tone that takes you back to a classical opera. This reminds me of music by George Bizet. What is important is that it tells a story and is well played. The orchestra sounds great and well arranged. What a nice melody to give and tone set for taking you on a nice journey. Well done!

United States, Utah, Logan

Magical Sounds


A really magical sounding music I really like and listen to music like this a very unique and creative song the voice is awesome the song and music ???? is clear thank you for sharing your gift with me and the world and at anytime I would like to hear more of your music I grew up listening to all types of music Gospel Jazz all types thank you so much and I hope you have a great day and may God continue to bless you in all your endeavors.

United States, California, Every Where

Tancredi Mourning at the Tomb of Clorinda


yea if you dont know it already Erik-Peter Mortensen is a master of music and composing ...I have never been let down listing to any of his pieces...this piece brings a heaviness and sadness or more like sorrow ...most definitly movie score material. Super piece...Jerusalem Delivered ..for sure... she fled and was lost in the forests...you can feel it. you need an agent that will get you licencing contracts for movies...with out a doubt...brovo

United States, Michigan, Detroit

Nice aria


New York City’s Erik-Peter Mortensen has composed a well-constructed operatic piece entitled Tancredi Mourning at the Tomb of Clorinda. The baritone vocal performance is excellent and the piece is soothing to listen to. Congratulations on another fine piece of music!

United States, Washington, Seattle

"Tancredi Mourning at the Tomb of Clorinda", Eik-Peter Mortensen - DESIROUS REVIEW


woow Erik.. It's super track I love the piano and the vocals!! Thanks for the request review it's a pleasure being connected to your work!! Ya.. congratulations You put my self higher in this morning!! Check my profile too please.. you'll love it!! Wishes of a great 2018, with the best in this musical industry :D

Portugal, Coimbra



This fine piece,that at first impression is merely minor/mournful lament is really,a vocal tour-de force,that challenges a singer in a more subtle way.Although the range is baritone/tenor ala Mario Lanza,there is none of the athletic belting of long high notes,nothing so bombastic.Even the ascending phrases are studies in restraint,each crescendo barely noticeable, rendering the elegant string finale's arrival even more effective and satisfying.This is great performance,and conducting.

United States, New York, Nyc



Aye beat is dope asf and great mixing done on track , so shout out to whoever your engineer was and keep doing your thang keep grinding keep putting in that hard work and stay consistent Keep doing your thang keep grinding bro you definitely have potential and the talent is there continue to make that real music you doing and you gone make it fam that’s my opinion keep working

United States, Texas, Houston



the emotions that are so many from a work of this kind, is a song that at the same time is sweet and sad and can easily be considered an icon of the "bel canto". I'm Italian and I love this way of singing .. congratulations

Italy, italy

Erik-Peter Mortensen


Hi my friend hope things are going well here is my review as always you have another well written and produced song I like the vocals the music was very easy on the ears just great to listen to the song keep up the great work I am always glad to hear your songs again keep up the great work from James Milligan President/CEO,New Experience Rec/Rick Ross Music Group/UMG.

United States, Mississippi, Marks

Classical approach from Erik-Peter Mortensen


Lovely melodies, the voice approach give me a sad sensation , melancholy melodies that bring me memories of a mourning time. Without any doubt Erik-Peter Mortensen makes a great work in composition and arrengements. Great Music

Colombia, Bogotá

Tancredi morning

This song sounds amazing the vocals wow................ the guitars amazing the tone of the singers voice wow wow..... this song sounds to so good it's put together extremely well. Iove the melody and the chorus.... this song is far from boring I canister to this song over and over....I want to thank for letting me review your beautiful song just amsxing......I want to wish you the very best of luck with this song and your amazing arrangement and vocals all the best................. Steve from voodoo dancer just love it............................ .....

United States, New York, Middle village



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United States, California, Los Angeles

Excellent Music


To all you extraordinary “Real” bassist out there, this was the “Bass” that occupied my left hand while I played my Wurlitzer Flat Top through my Fender Dual Showman Amp and this baby through my Ampeg B15. What a Sound we had together. Circa 1963-1967 I was in a Long Island NY White Italian Boy Trio called P.J. And The Soundsations. My Dad was a Jazz Drummer so the Rhythm was in my DNA. I cut my teeth/fingers on the Original Motown Repertoire as well as the great music of Wilson Pickett, Otis Redding, Jackie Wilson, James Brown, Marvin Gaye, Sam & Dave and their like. I saw them all in their prime at Murray the K’s Swinging Sorrie at the Brooklyn Fox Theatre. Yes even “Little” 13 yr old Stevie Wonder playing “Fingertips” part 1 AND part 2 “Can I play?” “What key? What Key?” Then “Dancing in the Streets”,(in my opinion one of the greatest R&B and R&R Dance songs of ALL TIME), with Martha and The Vandellas. But wait! “Bring him back! Bring him back!” All the Black, Brown and White kids would scream and shout at the Fabulous Flames to bring the Master James Brown back out on stage again wrapped in his beautiful cape and glory. And if that didn’t make you fall down from exhaustion hell we still had The Four Tops, Tammy Terrell AND the cherry on top Smokey Robinson and The Miracles to bring on!!! Hey is that the Supremes waiting in the wings? Suffice it to say I never did find out who the personal was in the House band. Maybe some of you know or maybe you were in that house band or played with some of the above.

United States, California, Albany

sempre bravissimi


sempre bravissimi sempre bravissimi sempre bravissimi sempre bravissimi sempre bravissimi sempre bravissimi sempre bravissimi sempre bravissimi sempre bravissimi sempre bravissimi

Italy, Bologna

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