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Jul 6, 2010 | 1:11 PM EDT
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5.3 MB
4 min 4 sec
4.34 / 5.00

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For one Earth day, once every thousand Earth years, there is Red Saturn Day. A day of celestial celebration for all the free beings of the universe, who come to converse around the 53 moons of Saturn in the galaxy earthlings call the Milky Way.

From my Album "PIANO"
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Rated 5 / 5 stars


this piece is absolutely beautiful..

MarkySpark responds:

Thankyou very much, Appreciate the comment.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


You need to have someone make a flash movie of the story you made to go with this song!

MarkySpark responds:

That truly would be Awesomesauce!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

beautiful chords!

The mix between minor and major modes really makes this pieces powerful, and that brief pause at 2:00 is perfect! Is this meant to loop? My one complaint is that the piece is a bit stagnant. I think after about 2 minutes you could use different chords or possibly use a modulation, and that last chord needs to be longer :)
Love the touch of the piano! Well played :D

MarkySpark responds:

Thankyou for the review my friend.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


One of our fav's of all time. I had no idea about 53 moons dude. You learn something every day.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Galatical Paradise In Strings and Keys

The sun rises above the horizon of the red giant. The moons glow and bathe in the bask of the sandstorms. Lightning strikes the planet as spaceships of twinkling matter approach nearbye. These spaceships are simply comets passing through on an endless journey through space. They glitter in their last moments of existence, before colliding with the surfaces of the moons. The giant below glows with a fierce red as the moons consume the asteroids.

Such events are only observed by unknown forces throughout the universe. They are obserbed for only an instant, and time seems to slow at a breathtaking rate. Space itself can not be described in anyway at such a rate, and so we take this day to observe the one small glow in the sky, the one small glow that we call the red giant; for it is thi giant that consumes the minds of people all around. If seen on surface, everything turns from a fierce red, to a silent black. Perhaps one day we will journey to this surface, to witness the profound storm that it holds.

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MarkySpark responds:

You are a genius.