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Date
03/15/2009
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Song
3.6 MB
3 min 55 sec
Score
4.28 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Look up to the stars and wish you were there.

Here's a natural instrument tune I lovingly made in 2008, staring an accordion soundfont (because I had just downloaded it at the time :) ). I think it has a tinge of nostalgia to it. Enjoy!

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MagmamorkMagmamork

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 6, 2011

Hello!

hello sir, I think this track is absolutely fantastic, and wonder if I can use the track for a short Flash school-project I'm doing with friend. I will upload the Flash on Newgrounds later when I'm completely finished, I will write that it's you who have done the music in the credits. The song would be so good and life-giving for my Flash movie. :)



MbeavittMbeavitt

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 20, 2011

Wow...

This is my music fix from now on.... NO MORE LADY GAGA!



doomlordzesnadoomlordzesna

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 19, 2011

As i look and listen

i read what denizofnight has said, and i see his story.
As i listen to it again i see a couple in a France as part of a future where nature, man, and machine work in beautiful harmony. exploring the back roads and having the greats date in there young lives. I smell the food and feel the breeze as this world comes before me.

Musically i must say thank you for making this. What i would tell my friends is that this song has spark, a distinct air to it that brings imagination and creativity to life. i want to just surround my self with this song and see how it shows the world to me. i give this 5/5 because yes, you can improve on everything and anything in live, but then everything in life would be 4/5. so 5/5 on it's simple beauty and a 10 for good measures.

bravo good sir, bravo


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denizenofnightdenizenofnight

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 16, 2009

Cirque du Soleil?...

While listening to this song, all I could picture was a clown performance, not a comedy but telling his life story. I can see the nostalgia in that. (I could also see a relation to the old final fantasy 9 themes, but this was far more interesting). The more I listen to it, the more stories I see in this song.

I love the accordion, especially since I do not hear it often. As for constructive criticism, I honestly don't know how you could improve it. I searched and searched for those mistakes and I could not find any that are clearly in the open, which for a general audience, I think makes the song the best it needs to be. As long as the audience can understand the story clearly without them being able to tell if there any flaws, then I would have to say the song is perfect.

"How does one rewrite what is already perfect?" It may not be to everyone's cup of tea, but I would say this song has reached its peak potential. I await to be amazed if you think you can do more. I believe this song at least deserves a 4/5.

Everyone has their own opinions, but I try my best to rate from a general audience's perspective. There is no need to appease the top music professionals when you can appease the masses (unless your goal was the former, in which case I don't like to venture into that aggressive opinionated realm). Congratulations on such a wonderful piece and I look forward to your future work. (I only give 10s to songs that I feel no longer need improvement, they are perfectly find the way they are (not saying you should stop improving it if you feel you need to improve it))


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Sylphus responds:

Wow! thanks for the epic review :), appreciate it!
That's arguably the ultimate compliment. And yes, I also think that making music for the purpose of simply impressing your close peers is kind of anti-artistic in a way, so I prefer to make things sound interesting for a broader audience. So far it looks like it's working :).
I'm glad to hear that the song inspires multiple images, I think it's important to keep things colorful and interesting in instrumental music.

And for the record, right now I'm in the process of uploading pieces I composed a while ago (2007-2008)... I'm always pleased to hear that people are liking it! Plenty more coming up :)


chubby-chobbychubby-chobby

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars March 15, 2009

love the accordian

and the xylophone/glockenspiel sound near the start.
I like the way how it feels real, yet very detatched from the world at the same time.
And you can only feel the full extent of your newer one thats paired with thios by listening to this first, otherwise the other sounds almost pointlessly depressive (can't think of the right way to express that sorry). But this is lovely. Keep it up!


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