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The Festival of Kings

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Apr 24, 2011 | 2:34 PM EDT
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2.8 MB
1 min 14 sec
4.06 / 5.00

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Rated 4.06 / 5 stars
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Some lovely medieval court music (or at least, a modern adaption). Perfect for any medieval film or game.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

It's so cheerful, yet proud and.... sublime? Majestic? Sorry, not english speaker here.
Anyway, I love it, it actually influences my mood.
I hope you don't mind if I non-commercially use it somewhere, someday?

samulis responds:

Sure, but please check out some of my more recent works! This piece is very old! :P


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

good job

i like to see actual reviews not just witty little statements.
see comment below.

samulis responds:

I agree with you there. The one thing I like most in reviews is how constructive they are... Angelofmusic was quite constructive in explaining that perhaps a second melody instrument would be beneficial to the piece.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I Like It! :)

I totally like this. The simple melody with just the harsichord (I think it was that. Correct me if I'm wrong please) running underneath was excellent. Try messing with the instrumentation for the melody though. Since this piece does sound like something out of the medieval time period and if your program allows, try finding an instrument that sounds more like it comes from that period (IE some sort of harp, lute, or just a violin).

The thing that was strange to me is just that everything else sounded so medieval that the reverb from all the strings was out of place. Again, these are only suggestions. If you want a little bit of a modern feel, by all means go for it. Keep up the great work!

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samulis responds:

Thanks, I'll try to play around a bit more. :)

And yep, that's a Harpsichord.