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Date
01/27/2006
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Song
3.3 MB
3 min 39 sec
Score
4.22 / 5.00

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Harpsichord, flutes, violins, what more could you want? Please review

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nd7777777nd7777777

Rated 4 / 5 stars September 1, 2008

NICE

VERY GOOD SONG, BUT I KEPT WAITING FOR SOME AWESOME BEAT, NOT THE MILITARISTIC ONE



MusicalSerenityMusicalSerenity

Rated 4 / 5 stars August 12, 2006

Excellent

An excellent piece. The power and feeling was wonderful... I was definately feeling something... i'm just no sure what.

One of the things MaestroSorrow is amazing at is invoking images in your mind. I think only the truly great songs do that and all though this one is definatley doing that... they are kind of scrambled.

I wish I could give some constructive criticism on how to envoke this imagery in your listeners... but I cannot do it myself but I'd highly reccomend talking to Maestro about it.

It may be pure genius talent for him, or he may have genius effort ;) I continue to strive to get there, but not sure I ever will...

Your closer than I ever was so keep it up! This was really good, far better than anything i'v ever done.

My take on this was there were two men, in the beginning they meet up on a hill. The harpsichord is them just walking together, the sun setting slowly over the hill.

They meet in the middle and make an oath... not sure exactly what but this is when I felt the strings come in. They then leave later on and finally in the end they are in a war.

Perhaps on opposing side? Perhaps on the same? I'm not sure but in the end I got the feeling one or both of them died.

Bleh... I didn't do so good on this review.. it's kinda all over the place with no real criticism >_>

Sorry lol.

5/5

~MS



JohnFloydJohnFloyd

Rated 4 / 5 stars January 27, 2006

Nice!

Very nice orchestration. Some of the instruments (harpsichord, organ) sound distorted, which unfortunately takes away from the overall sound of the piece. I'm a little confused as to whether this has any relation to Squall's theme in FFVIII (which is also called "The Oath"), the style is similar but the themes are different; if you were trying to make something in the same style you succeeded!


Love-Hate-War responds:

Sorry, it was mixed in a bit of a rush, I had to submit it as part of an audio portfolio and I was running a bit late, so it may have clipped in places, I think the timpani near the end suffered the worst though. I didn't realise that was the name Squall's song, I thought it was "maybe im a lion"? So sorry for the similarity in name, I do draw alot of inspiration from the music from those games though. Thanks for the great review! :D


CyberdevilCyberdevil

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars January 2, 2008

Geat!

A really nice combination of different instruments. Ambient and relaxing. Great rythem, and it gets pretty heavy when the violens come into the picture. Rythmic and grand, a masterpiece.

-cd-


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Ski-PacSki-Pac

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars September 25, 2006

lol

not into mideval music XD :P sry :(


Love-Hate-War responds:

Then why did you review it, the genre clearly says classical? lol