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Jun 3, 2010 | 9:53 PM EDT
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Song
2.3 MB
2 min 30 sec
Score
4.24 / 5.00

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Rated 4.24 / 5 stars
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Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

When the moon is falling down, thou shall sleep.

"Sleep..."

-Mick-

Reviews


khay8khay8

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Remember the zelda oricana song you made

It reminds me of mabinogi. Every played it? if u never had its ok. just telling you how i feel. And that song was constructed beautifully. Almost as well as this one.



polakuspolakus

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Gorgeous

I love your music style, however, i have to say that ''entering temple of time'' is better than ''the moon is falling''
I really love your style, continue doing as well
please, if you could recomend me a music editing program you used fot ''entering temple of time'', i would mercy you a lot
thanks you for doing as well



CalamaistrCalamaistr

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

my opinion

To much, no.. way to much reverb.
And reminds me -alot- of amelie.

Still, im sure you can see going by the score i gave you i dont think its bad at all.


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EmperorCharlemagneEmperorCharlemagne

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Kinda reminds me of Phillip Glass....

mixed with a bit of Beethoven.

Then again, I guess if you make a song about the Moon, you're probably making it with Moonlight Sonata in mind, right? My hunch, ha.

Especially considering that there are definitely a LOT of similarities in the chord progression between this and Moonlight Sonata, but your composition structure mimics a lot of what Phillip Glass does.

That's fine, because i love both Glass and Beethoven.

For the most part, this was pretty relaxing and well-made, though I think at the end the sustain could have been lightened up a bit; when you sustain too much the lower keys, things get hard to discern.

All in all, good job!


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The-MickMad responds:

Well, actually the moon thing was due to the fact that I made this piece at like 3 am, and when I was submitting the song here I said "sooo, how do I call this one?", I looked outside the window and there was this beautiful falling moon up in the sky, there was nothin else. So, that's why I called this song "The Moon Is Falling" :D

btw thanks for the kinda in-depth review ;)

Cheers,
Mick


treyhaurtreyhaur

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Little spooky

It has a very foreboding quality to it, I actually can't decide whether it needs something else or not. Maybe some strings could add a nice ambiance but they could also drown out the piano, which stands very well on it's own in this piece.

5/5, 9/10


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The-MickMad responds:

Thanks for reviewing!
Actually I had a super black metal-epic thingy goin on into my head, and this is the only significant bit I that managed to take out from it, in the last 30 minutes of my day :v
Maybe one day I will find the will (and the power, and the time) to build a 6/7 min. long uber super epic black death metal-ish thing. Woah.

btw you're the first reviewer! yay :D

Peace,

-Mick-