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Date
11/17/2009
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Song
5.2 MB
5 min 41 sec
Score
4.12 / 5.00

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Author Comments

cello, string, harp, vibraphone, oboe

PLEASE REVIEW,

My computer screwed up the first part of this song, idk if yours will to so sorry in advance. This is the third update to this song, and the last if no one has suggestions for me. Sorry if the meledy on the cello is too loud. Thanks for listening, rate and review :). (also take a look at some of my other work). Tell me any emotions or images that this brings to you, I am interested to know :) thanks.

Reviews


HaggardHaggard

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 1, 2009

Good song

Very nice song. I really like the strings here. They create a very calm and relaxing atmosphere. There is also some kind of melancholy in the atmosphere... maybe someone who's sitting in front of a fireplace thinks about someone he once loved but who has left him (or who died a long time ago).

Too bad the song is screwed up a bit at around the 0:27 mark, the tone there nearly breaks off.

Later on the song gets also some kind of jazzy feeling because of the vibraphone that sometimes has a very happy feel to it when it plays some fast notes. Here I think of that someone I mentioned above and he in turn thinks of the good times he had with this loved person. The melancholic feeling is still there, but it's mixed with happy feelings as well. A very nice way to end the song. It indicates that you shouldn't just sit there depressed, thinking about what once was, but that you should look ahead instead. There's a future for you out there! :)

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Cimba responds:

Thanks for reviewing


ZoukZouk

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 23, 2009

Great song...

It puts me into the land of knighthood whereas people are living peacefully with no interference, then suddenly enemy attacks destroy the family and land of the knights that's beyond words and done by devastation. The knights have sworn to vow to avenge the death of their close kins.

This is also a great song for RPG games too. Love it :)



RogerBKRogerBK

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 23, 2009

Nice Music

The instruments have a perfect timing man!!
The cello makes me remember of a Scorpions show in Berlim, it seems w/ dust in the wind(the beginning)
Anyways, that was an awesome music man
I loved it!!!
I can't see anything that u can change...
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DJ-ChilvanDJ-Chilvan

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 18, 2009

Excellent!

I love it! I'm glad you took time time to perfect it. The cello is not too loud in my opinion. It made it somewhat like a Yo-Yo Ma-istic aura. The oboe was perfect. It made this piece extra soothing. I'm pretty sure other ppl would agree. If you want one more suggestion, maybe you could combine all instruments used at the end, but that could just augment the mood of the song. You did very well! 5/5, 10/10, fav, and a DL.

- DJ-Chilvan

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CoopCoop

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 5, 2009

Excellent

Another triumph, this piece comes to the forefront of being mournful, pensive and mysterious. I think that the use of the harp in this piece just seems to add that certain depth of emotion to the presentation, while the strings carry the main flow.

I was impressed by how the whole tune comes together, though I could see opportunities for flutes, or other members of the woodwind section to get in on the act and add to the piece. Perhaps that's what I've come to expect as a portrayal of the wind, as that section of the orchestra could call that it's own speciality.

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Cimba responds:

Thanks for the review :)