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Sep 22, 2009 | 5:31 PM EDT
File Info
6.6 MB
2 min 53 sec
4.27 / 5.00

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Rated 4.27 / 5 stars
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"Dance in the light that shines from the heavens and pierces through the treetops..."

Rate and Review as always :]


Funny thought: for dramatic effect, add an ellipse...



Rated 5 / 5 stars

The imagery is strong

The melody and harmonization between the parts is fantastic. I love how it gives a feel of a classical Epic, but adds tones of remix throughout. The repeated beat gives the piece its backbone, and I was constantly amazed at how I thought one part was good, and then it got better. My only complaint is that in the beginning, the buildup is slow, and almost conveys the wrong tone until the strings come in. Overall, my favorite part was the section introduced by the guitar solo, and then the lead into the chorus with reverb.

Aeris responds:

Thanks, you've been giving nice reviews c:

My natural composer is "dark" so I could see why the intro would be considered having the wrong impression. Although, for this piece, nearly all the chords are minor, and the thing I noticed my music does is confuse people. Especially this song, to one person, it can be dark and creepy, but to another it could make them feel enlightened and freer. Thus why I thought the title would be perfect. It's almost like from The Crucible, when the girls dance in the forest in the intro.