Here is a violin version of Carmen's Habanera, written by Georges Bizet in 1875. It's also known as L'amour est un oiseau rebelle, or, "Love is a rebellious bird." It's a song about the ups and downs of love. The flip-flopping between minor and major keys helps exemplify this feeling. I hope you like it!
This is my first "fancier" video.. It took forever to edit everything to get the music to match. I got a little tired and frustrated towards the end..Hopefully no one notices! ^_^;
I once missed my turn and ended up driving down a street that had this neat building on it! I had never seen it before, but decided I had to film a video here! It's the Westminster Castle, located in Westminster, Colorado. It was built originally to be a university, but now is the home to the Belleview Christian School (K–12). Isn't it a cool building?!
The music was arranged from scores located here:
More specifically, this version were used primarily:
I also looked at Alain Jacques Creative Commons midi for ideas as well:
As such, this video and all content is also in the Creative Commons.
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Software and equipment used:
Software used (for Macintosh):
Garageband for attempted sound mixing
Final Cut Pro X for video editing
Plugins for sound effects (I have A LOT to learn in this department!):
East West plugins – Goliath Virtual Instrument (literally the best one, in my opinion), Hollywood Strings
Best Service plugins – Forest Kingdom II