Prince Charming by Britlin Losee (at home performance)

After coming home from a college day, I wanted to sing!

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Comment by Britlin Losee on February 28, 2014 at 1:11pm

Thank you Deidre and Evan for your comments here! I honestly appreciate them so much. Typically, I begin songs with an intro, but I felt like starting from the beginning with this one because the title is the first thing that you hear. I am planning on adding guitar to this piece, which will definitely add more to the length and flow of the song, I believe, like a nice bridge section.

Comment by Deidre Rodman Struck on February 27, 2014 at 9:49pm
Britlin this is just so pretty. I'd be interested to hear some transitional music between the sections just to break it up. What would it sound like to do something like broken chords in the lower register between the intro and the first verse? Some space for the listener to process, with a different accompaniment style, might then highlight the lyrics in a different way. Thanks for sharing!
Comment by Evan Taylor on February 27, 2014 at 4:51pm

I really enjoyed this...thank you for sharing Britlin


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