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Date
10/17/2008
File Info
Song
2.5 MB
2 min 11 sec
Score
4.12 / 5.00

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Genres:
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Author Comments

This tune is the 2nd part (out of 6) of the "Athas Chronicles" music series I wrote some years ago.

00'00: In order to gain the trust from the Silver Council of Winter Nest, the aarakocra psionist Keb-Raa flies on a journey to the North end of the world, in search for the Helm of Trek-Raa, an ancient artefact that would help gathering his bird-people for the coming battle against the armies of Daskinor.

00'28: As he overpasses the peak of the highest mountain on the icepole, the sharp eye of the eagleman notices the entry of a cavern nearby.

00'51: Landing close, Keb-Raa shakes and folds his wings to drop the cumulated snow and somehow warm himself while entering the cold cave.

01'22: After some exploration, the aracockra discovers a room finely carved within the ice. There, even the slightest light is reflected and focused down to an altar with a cavity shaped like a feather.

01'36: Getting close to the altar, Keb-Raa decides to remove one of his silver feathers and place it onto the shaped cavity. From there, light begins glowing brighter until shining through the whole room. Waiting for a while his eyes to adjust, Keb-Raa notices the altar melt and the very artefact he came for lies now at his feet. Slowly, he takes and pulls on the Helm of Trek-Raa upon his head, heading out of the cavern...

01'55: ...to take his flight back to Winter Nest, his homeland where the Silver Council of the Silvaarak is now waiting for his return.

Reviews


wanweirdwanweird

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 9, 2009

........

This song makes me speechless, the first time I listen to it, I cried. No kidding. The emotion in the song is really powerful. Thanks for posting it.



RithkeRithke

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 4, 2008

uh....

The word I'm searching for must not be in my vocabulary... >.<

I truly enjoyed this, but I honestly don't see how this is before a battle. It sounds more of after or during a battle where you can't here anyone talking and the main character or whoever is looking around at all the carnage or victory is near or possibly death and then peace.

But that's just my perpective.... I understand that the author is almost never truly able to completely/fully convey their thoughts or feelings to others. Only a fraction of what they truly feel is able to be communicated.

You definitely have talent!


Sacrenouille responds:

Have you read the story in "Author comments" ? And listen/read the whole Athas Chronicles music series I wrote ? :) What you must understand is that the music describe the distand north end of the world, were a main character is coming to find an ancient artefact... that will help gather his people... oh well, just read the damn thing above :)


SkaavenSkaaven

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars October 29, 2008

Evoke...

This song evok me an eagle flying through mountains, over forests.
I really like it.


Sacrenouille responds:

If you read the story you're not so far :)


shardineashardinea

Rated 4 / 5 stars October 26, 2008

Eh...

It's a nice song...cool song. But I'm just not feeling the music that much. Dynamics stay pretty much the same throughout the whole thing, and overall, I dunno...just don't feel it. Classical is a difficult type to work with though, so I give you credit for making a piece that can at least make me stay interested enough to listen to the whole thing. Job well done.


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JKMonkeyJKMonkey

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 25, 2008

very powerful, soft piece of music

i almost shead a tear when listening to this, its a very powerful, yet soft piece of music that almost kinda feels like it would end a war movie or something, very good song here, 5/5, 10/10, and a download from me keep up the amazing work :)


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