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Dec 21, 2009 | 5:47 PM EST
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3.8 MB
4 min 13 sec
4.39 / 5.00

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as before. improvised and recorded live. finally i learnt how to remove those background noise. anyway hope everyone enjoy the song. and silver stitch's game colour my fate.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I loved it!

Very soft, calming music. It's really quite a good piece of "study" music, as I use it when I need peace while working. However, at about 2:49, there's this terrible scratching noise, and it kinda ruins that little part of the music. Other than that, a great piece.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Ditto to "xfreedom".

What he said.

"sounds good to me, nice to see some piano at number 1 BOOYA"


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

The way you play the is very heartfelt, and full of accents and variations, this to me is a mark of an accomplished musician. At times I could tell that you missed taking your foot off of the pedal during bass chord changes, causing the notes to bleed together, and the bass chords could have varied more frequently, but this song is so beautiful, and it has such a well thought out composition.

See ya bruddah,



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

not jazz but still a great piece nonetheless

this doesnt have enough contrasting tonal colors to be considered jazz IMO. doesnt really have a classical form either, unless if classical can be contextually put into a very contemporary sense (like 90% of NG classical). regardless of the genre, this is a great piece for a marvelous game. I like how it overall has a calming, upbeat feel with a tinge of bittersweet laced underneath. very expressive playing, good balance between the right and left hand to make the melody stand out more. i personally liked when you had the "background noise" in your pieces for the previous Colour My ____ games as to me it symbolized the quaint, black and white art from the games while the notes from the piano instilled colors into the scene. The more organic sound of your fingers hitting the keys are near inaudible from whatever filter you used to get rid of the noise. it also leaves a slight buzzing noise that sounds like a beetle is trapped in your keyboard.


very graceful opening, I like how you slowly work the melody in...good subtle use of legato to get the piece of the ground. dynamics are well controlled


hello aladdin ;)


key change is well executed, felt you could have done this more often within the piece


From this point, I like your open chord voicings and your crescendos but felt that the top of these climatic points where overly loud and the piece doesnt call from it.


Really liked the smooth descending arpeggios in here, definitely my favorite part of this song

3:04ish and 3:13ish

chords right here are too loud IMO


I like the sound of the note outside of the key here...whether you played it on purpose or not it feels good man


very nice end, tastefully comes to a close on a nice sounding but not completely resolving chord.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Peaceful & nice, keep up the good work!