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Please listen to the entire piece before you leave. My style does not reward those without patience. You will not hear the most powerful parts unless you hear it all.
Any way, this one is supposed to be more uplifting than all of my others. Still, very chilling. Can you see 18th century? Can you see a masquerade ball. I can see a masked conductor. Twin-tailed coat. When he finishes his piece the crowd erupts with applause. His mask comes off in his hands as he turns to accept the graces. A lovely young lady comes into his arms and they share a kiss. Then a menacing father (of the girl) breaks into the party with his thugs. He threatens him to let her go. He refuses with dignity and practice in his voice. The father sends a man to get him, the conductor sends his punch to the mans face. The other attacker comes and tries. The conductor deals with him, too. As the fight finishes the father shoots him. He falls, around the middle of the bells parts we can see a funeral for the dead conductor. The woman crying.
Then we leave the aweful flashback. Back to another ball (the same one, but two different times). The conductor still hasn't removed his mask. We turn around the dancing people to get a good look into his eye (where he was shot). Behind the mask, where the eye hole is, we can see bloody bandages. The conductor still lives.
Or something else, I really just want something of mine in an animation.
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