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Feb 5, 2010 | 7:27 AM EST
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Song
2.7 MB
1 min 58 sec
Score
4.04 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.04 / 5 stars
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1,161 Plays | 43 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

nothing special here actually, i wanted to make a simple, true, piece of moving music, so, what do you think ?

Reviews


AndrewTheNinjaAndrewTheNinja

Rated 5 / 5 stars

great.

so just a stupid question but are you actualy playing the piano?


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hamzawy responds:

yes i am, but why is it a stupid question ? :D


Anti-ParagonAnti-Paragon

Rated 5 / 5 stars

A very delicate song.

This song has an excellent musicbox feel. I'm quite pleased by the overall flow and melody of the entire song, although there are a few minor flaws. This sound is quite though-provoking and would make an excellent piece for any sad or delicate animation. Oddly, having read other comments, I had no sound quality issues with this song.

This song doesn't really have any beginning, jumping right into the high-pitched and delicate flow, and I have to say it work very well! I'm not... positive what the wind instrument is that accompanies the piano, but the two flow together and compliment each other quite well. The beginning, leading up to 0:46, is quite peaceful and delicate. The transition at 0:46 is simple, efficient, and effective. The music that follows gives a sense of depth and gentle intricacies that match the beginning in feeling, giving a new perspective to the song entirely. The transition at 1:25 to 1:31 is awesome. I didn't even realize it was transitioning until halfway through. The final segment it leads into gives a sense of peaceful rest.

It's difficult to look at the measures themselves, between the transitions. The way they flow and change pace is lovely and simple, but the notes themselves seem unremarkable when compared to the general flow, which is the focus of the song, thus I won't critique them.

If you were going for a music box style song, then you've completely nailed it. Otherwise, you need to watch how rigid some of the measures can get, especially near the end.

I enjoyed this, and I think it fits the name and the description perfectly. This song has excellent transitions, flow, and emotion, and given how this was your intention completely, I can't award less than a 10. Excellent job.


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hamzawy responds:

first of all, i can't thank you enough for accepting my request. secondly, you are sharp as ever, i trust your opinion and your very helpful critique. the music box theory is there, but i wasn't sure someone would notice, but then again, you're not "someone", OK ? now, what i like-beside your critique-is the description of every transition, section, and second in this piece. i am glad that you liked it, especially after i requested it. it would've been a disaster if it was bad !! i trust you, you are a very nice and helpful. I'll be here, so, if you'd like to drop by, I'd be more than happy to hear your opinion. thank you so much, you've helped, and continued to help, and helping me, so, god bless you.


god27doggod27dog

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Improve the sound quality

the sound quality is the only thing bugging me otherwise it is great
mad props


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hamzawy responds:

maaaan....well, first of all, thank you for your helpful comment, secondly, i try really hard for improving the sound quality...but i don't have that kind of luxury...i hope i did though :D thank you for telling me about it man. god bless you.


rosminrosmin

Rated 5 / 5 stars

hmmm...dreamlight

am ur fan


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hamzawy responds:

and i'm yours ;) thanks rosmin


Lief913Lief913

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Is chilling to this song. ^^ KH FTW!

You know what this piece reminds me of? Kingdom Hearts. The piano was excellent, the flute(?) was moving and the over all effect was of a sad remembrance
of times past. I can see this being used for a ending scene. Or, to repeat KH again, as Sora strikes himself with the keyblade. (Sorry for the numerous KH references, but that is what burned through my mind at the mention of this type of sad, moving piece with the piano melody)


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hamzawy responds:

wow ! thanks man ! i'm very proud of myself by what you said, thank you again, and i hope you really liked it that much, i really try to entertain the listeners, for i am a listener too. thank you again. (by the way, i'm a huge fan of KH)