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Aug 14, 2008 | 2:08 AM EDT
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Song
4 MB
2 min 54 sec
Score
4.21 / 5.00

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Rated 4.21 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

I recently read a user post that the Song of Storms (aka, Windmill Hut) does not mix with the Classical genre. Keeping that in mind, I set out to make this song and hopefully convince people otherwise.

This specific arrangement is for solo piano and incorperates the Serenade of Water in both the intro and outro. I was very liberal in my remixing of the source material, but the original melody is hidden in there somewhere. ;)

I feel as though this is my best piano work to date. I worked on multiple edits before getting this to its current state and recieved invaluable advice from multiple people. I have always had difficulty building climaxes but feel quite satisfied for once. Also, I finally figured out how to accurately work tempo changes. There is no way I could have worked some of the fermatas if not for learning this tempo change technique.

I put a great deal of effort into this and would appreciate any comments. Advice and criticism is welcome so long as you are not blatently rude. As always, I read and respond to every single review.

Thank you for listening,
~Blaze

Reviews


VendictionVendiction

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Beautiful!

Bravado, this was an excellent piece. It brought back memories from OoT by the dozen... easily my favorite piece in the game and this mix does it justice.

And you executed the ending perfectly.

5/5 & Downloaded~


BlazingDragon responds:

I am satisfied with the ending myself. A bit cliche with the low bass note, but it worked well IMO. :P I'm glad that this was able to conjure up some memories! :D

~Blaze


chaosportalfilmschaosportalfilms

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is beautiful

I'd like to use this in an audio show I'm using. It's non-profit, and I'll credit you. I would love to have this piece in my show.


BlazingDragon responds:

Please, go right ahead. Would you send me the URL when it is finished? I would be interested in checking it out.

Thank you! :)
~Blaze


FrozenInsanityFrozenInsanity

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Beautiful

My review for this song is on your demo. I don't want to repeat myself so I guess I'll just say keep up the good work.


BlazingDragon responds:

I would agree with you that this is my best work. I put more effort into it than usual. I strive to improve with every piece in some regard.

Thank you for the review!
~Blaze


perfect-insanityperfect-insanity

Rated 5 / 5 stars

good song

kind of depressing for the first minute or two, then it picks up for a bit and slows down for the ending, nothing need be added to this, it's perfect the way it is

.:.Review Request Club.:.


BlazingDragon responds:

I really made an effort when it came to the climax. Many of my climaxes are practically non-existent. I wanted this one to be evident. :)

Thank you for the review.
~Blaze


Squirrel245Squirrel245

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Brilliant.

Back when I was a kid, I was a complete LoZ: Ocarina of Time fanboy, and one of the reasons was the music that was featured in the game.

The way you've managed to combine two of my favorite pieces of music from that game is nothing short of masterful.

10/10, 5/5.

Now if you'll excuse me... there's an N64 that you've inspired me to play once again.


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BlazingDragon responds:

LoZ: Ocarina of Time was an epic game in many regards. One distinctive aspect of the game lies in its powerful music. I love how Koji Kondo has used simplistic melodies and leitmotifs to effectively convey such a sense of beauty.

The ocarina melodies are very fun to arrange. The source material is simple enough that the ReMixer has plenty of room to include original material and manipulate melodic ideas. I have been quite liberal in my arrangement here, but the source is still there. It is a joy working with such amazing themes!

Thank you very much for your review!
~Blaze