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May 16, 2010 | 1:44 PM EDT
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7.1 MB
3 min 42 sec
Score
4.39 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Racing against time a man on horseback struggles to save his family from impending doom. Arriving at his homestead, his family is no where to be found... In denial he frantically searches for them, but to no avail...
Tears run down his somber face as his heart deteriorates.

Be sure to listen for the cello and violin combo. It's a real tear jerker.

Enjoy the piece, vote fairly, and leave me constructive criticism. I'll return the gesture:)
-Corbet-

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CherubasCherubas

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome!

I was looking for "theme music" for a flash I'd like to make when I came across your Determined Battle. It was so good that I downloaded it, and listened to the rest of your stuff as well, downloading each of them. You're an amazing composer, so much emotion in your pieces. Keep up the good work!


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corbetweller responds:

Thank you kindly my friend! I hope to publish many more pieces over the summer, so stay tuned :)


HotSaxHotSax

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing

I've just heard your music today (after I heard "Fantasy Four Strings" I just had to hear the rest of your music), and you're an amazing composer. As an aspiring composer myself, I'd just like to say good luck in your field of work. You've got an insane amount of talent.

Now, onto this piece, it does a really nice job telling the story. When I read the story and then listened to it along with it, it really gave me the exact picture that you'd written down.

I'd hate to be a 16 year old giving you a critique, but maybe a quiet opening with just the main piano line fading in would sound nice even if it's a little generic? It just seems like it would fit with the fade out at the end. To be honest, it's nothing major. It sounds great both ways. It's hard to find a flaw in a piece like this.


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corbetweller responds:

I appreciate the critique and I can see your rational on the fade in introduction. I was a little skeptical of putting the fade out, but I thought it made it sound less like a loop. The piece is essentially a loop but I didn't feel like it fit into the loop category. Thanks for the review and keep up the composing!


LEXAR3001LEXAR3001

Rated 5 / 5 stars

hmm

i gave me a pic of a angel falling from the clouds


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corbetweller responds:

That would be such an epic sight!


FellStraylightFellStraylight

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I like this.

I really like the build up of all the elements, and the lead piano sounds great. May I ask what you used to create this??



AshleyAlyseAshleyAlyse

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Inspiring!

There is nothing for me to criticize, haha. The piano is lovely. It gives me the impression that the man is racing urgently against time. As for the violin and cello, I absolutely loved their sad, yet beautiful combination. Fantastic melody! Great work! It makes me... want to play my violin, hahaha. (That rarely happens.)
What an amazing composer you are! :) I am so glad I discovered your music.
I definitely look forward to your future compositions!
5/5
10/10
*Thumbs up!*


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corbetweller responds:

Thanks for the review! Hopefully I'll release some new stuff after the new year, Cheers!