igor

igor

from Hannover area, DE

Comments on igor's stuff

2:17
keykrazy
keykrazy said

Really enjoying this one (now on my third listen)! Thank you kindly for sharing it with us, Igor. :)

2:17
fairynuff
fairynuff said

I have been waiting to play this one Igor, the title intrigued me. The “Trump playing the media like a violin,” comes to mind. Very clever music and love the violin. Quirky and cheeky! Love it.

fairynuff
fairynuff said

Glittering is right! The middle feels like anticipation and the end flows with warmth. Lovely, lovely!

keykrazy
keykrazy said

Thank you for posting yet another great one, Igor. Always a pleasure listening to these! ^_^

thetworegs
thetworegs said

A time for sadness…. what delight….. silent snow dancing it’s song to the coming night…

5:03
thetworegs
thetworegs said

Sitting here in the warm by the fire peering out of the window into the coming night. Seeing the frost sparkle on the decking. I feel a little smug knowing I can stay here in my comfortable chair till morning if I’d like, listening to this wonderful soundscape….. I thank you sir

fairynuff
fairynuff said

A marvellous “out of World experience”.

richardlaceves
richardlaceves said

indeed, i think of snow… i almost hear this as a sound track for a movie, i visualize something in the alps or perhaps the white mountains,, yes quite lovely indeed

kavin.
kavin. said

Lovely!

5:03
fairynuff
fairynuff said

You made the winter wonderland come alive Igor. A very crisp, fresh seasonal track and so well composed and played. Wonderful!

5:03
richardlaceves
richardlaceves said

well played,, nice to hear your musical thoughts,,

richardlaceves
richardlaceves said

very interesting,, i like it,, kind reminds me of something from long long ago, a different time

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Guest said

Wow! Am really digging this Vangelis-on-Yamaha-CS80 kind of sound!

I love it when your music has that carnival-like atmosphere, Igor. You do that really well. :)

James Michael Taylor
James Michael Taylor said

WoW! Like playing chainsaws. Transforms into a dream. Music from Transylvania.

fairynuff
fairynuff said

Yes, wrapped in blankets, the bells on the horses echoing through the still trees.

Colleen Dillon
Colleen Dillon said

Wow…. Melancholy wonderful and then skippingly hopeful. Love this.

Colleen Dillon
Colleen Dillon said

Reminds me of music that lightening bugs would dance to. Cool vibes

keykrazy
keykrazy said

Thank you for another great listening experience, Igor. :)

I like that mature sense of “resolute longing” that i hear in some of your tracks. (Not that i don’t like the others as well! ;-)

thetworegs
thetworegs said

Sitting alone the bottle empty …. The glass not even half empty … He hit record on the player and listen to the loneliness and suddenly felt cold

Johnny Stone
Johnny Stone said

Like it cool

keykrazy
keykrazy said

This one is really something! Thank you for sharing it, Igor. :)

keykrazy
keykrazy said

Really enjoying the circus-like atmosphere! ^_^

fairynuff
fairynuff said

Oh adorable! Good to hear you feel happier today. This is so bright and cheerful. Have a lovely day!

thetworegs
thetworegs said

Calling out for his dog"Monty! Monty! Monty??“ realising he’s not coming back. A cold shiver of loneliness runs through his body, he stands in the light of the dawn on the edge of the wood feeling shaken. Now everything he loved has gone. He put his hand into his pocket takes out his pipe, lights it and considers the Condor moment ………

fairynuff
fairynuff said

Ah, lonely indeed! Full of feeling! The outside is anywhere you want it to be Igor.

4:28
Colleen Dillon
Colleen Dillon said

Perfect… Lovely… Full of emotions.

Thank you

4:05
Colleen Dillon
Colleen Dillon said

Wow!!! I love this!!! Amazing

4:05
fairynuff
fairynuff said

Good work, fascinating and well performed. I agree with keykrazy, the ending was very interesting and perfect for my reverie.

4:05
Johnny Stone
Johnny Stone said

Really dig this Igor excellent track

4:05
keykrazy
keykrazy said

Title had me intrigued, and then i was hooked right from the first few glassy, dulcet tones.

The ending was interesting, too! :)