Someday (Reprise) by William West

 

"Someday" visits the nostalgic feel of movie soundtracks of the fifties and sixties.

The song was written to the phrase "Someday you will find the love you are looking for." Though as the song progressed, I lacked inspiration in the lyric department and settled for an instrumental version instead.

Instruments:
Orchestra
1st Violins (12 Violins)
2nd Violins (10 Violins)
Violas (10 Violas)
Cellos (8 Cellos)
Shakuhachi* (Japanese Shakuhachi Bamboo Flute)
Guitar
Bells
Tambourine
*The shakuhachi came to Japan from China in the 12th century AD. Although it has long since disappeared from China, the instrument has rooted itself in over eight centuries of Japanese tradition, today playing a vital role in Japanese culture.

 

Instruments complements of the Garritan Personal Orchestra Except the Shakukhachi complements of the Korg Triton
Recorded on Cakewalk's Sonar 5 Producer Edition Digital Multi-track Recording System
Mastered on Steinberg's Wavelab
16 tracks were used to create this recording

"Someday" was written throughout July 2003 and recorded August 2, 2003.



Copyright 2004
Traddstreet Music, BMI