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As far as the accuracy and sound of the arrangement, it is spot on, hence the 5. However, most of the right hand is simply a reiteration of the vocalists part; its not the actual piano part in Brian McKnights song. This is common for sheet music, and because of this, the song is a good solo. However, my only complaint is that the piano solo at the beginning of the original song is not in this arrangement.
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That is easily the most difficult part of the real song. The rest of the song is not very hard, besides the fact that its in B-major. Overall, a good arrangement, but no solo. Did you find this review helpful? LOG IN to comment on this review. Musicnotes Pro Send a Gift Card.
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It just rips through it all with a quirky, edge-of-the-continent benevolence. Eighty kilometre per hour winds scream in from the North Atlantic. I just want to get back in the car. So does Dave. Sherpas Cinema director Dave Mossop and I are location scouting. Mossop is the visionary behind the now infamous JP Auclair street skiing segment from the movie All.
Can, a film shot entirely in the West Kootenay cities of Trail, Nelson and Rossland, wants to make a sequel to the segment. For reasons of geographical grandeur, he wants to do it here, through the declivitous streets of downtown St. The city sees an average of centimetres of snow every winter, is quaint and charming, with a litany of steep streets, rails and stair sets, everything you need for a great urban ski segment.
But that wind.
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We leave Newfoundland feeling nervous and excited. If we pull it off, the piece has major potential. The world of the internet video short is a gladiator pit. Views being the metaphorical kills. And views are the metrics the purse string holders, titled as marketing directors or executive producers, Not so long ago—even four or five years—all you needed was an original idea and good execution. The landscape was relatively unoccupied. Today, however, the game is entirely different. Thousands of sport oriented videos are uploaded every month—everything from genius Nike commercials featuring famous athletes, through to Jerry of the Day compilations with views well into the tens of millions.
YouTube alone sees hours of video uploaded every minute of every day. Standing out not only takes extremely strong creative, but more and more, you need big budgets. Regardless, they managed to hit the sweet spot. The five-minute piece has well over two million views and, perhaps more that that, serious acclaim as one of the best action sports segments ever filmed.
We had the song and the concept, so during down time we would sit and edit temp placeholder shots on screen. But when it was perfect weather outside grey and bleak we went out to shoot those specific shot ideas. Sadly, JP Auclair passed away in an avalanche while skiing in Chile in The loss deeply affected the crew at Sherpas Cinema, who had worked closely with Auclair in the years leading up to his death. He was an innovative and creative skier, and a talented visual artist as well, and before his passing, he shared his idea for the sequel to the Kootenay street segment with Mossop.
An idea worthy of its predecessor. The next three weeks are a blur.