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Triumpant Overture Final Vers.

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Date
02/02/2006
File Info
Song
2.5 MB
4 min 19 sec
Score
4.32 / 5.00

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Rated 4.32 / 5 stars
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Genres:
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Author Comments

Thanks to everyone for their suggestions! Here is the final version of this song!

Reviews


CrossedSwordsCrossedSwords

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great music

Iv been listening to a few of your songs and I think they're fantastic-very original too!



rodneyaranrodneyaran

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

RPG material for sure

Awesome for triumph, it paints a great picture of victory in the battlefield, everyone rejoicing, then the bittersweet feeling of the loss around 1:26. Really great song, I could hear it in published games. Speaking of which, it sounds familiar...



retlokretlok

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Fun tune!

I like this fun little tune, in fact I'd like to use it. But there's no contact info on your profile. If you wouldn't mind sending me an email, I'd like to use it and credit you.


smartpoetic responds:

Sorry. :( I'm supposed to get this piece published soon, but I have to get it off this site first.

I'll see what I can do, okay? :)


ScarlattiScarlatti

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very good

It's definitely triumphant. And it's definitely an overture. And it's apparently the final version, too. Yep. The flute melody was good, as was the piece, for the most part. But there were two places where I didn't find the harmonizations especially functional. I think it was because they differed from the implied harmony. This is almost like something you'd hear on a soundtrack CD, but there is that one last obstacle to overcome, in my opinion. Keep in mind, I am a bit of a snob sometimes.

Peace.


smartpoetic responds:

Thank you! :)

No, I don't think your a snob; I enjoy constructive critisim. :D

Anyways, you're right about those problem spots. I had to change them anyways, because I am arranging this song for concert band (my high school band director want to play this for a concert! :O) and for publication. :D

Sorry for me taking so long to respond, and thank you for your review! :D


KenneyKenney

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice!

Hey Smartpoetic, I'm the creator of Jack Russell, where I first used your music in. I used "Children's March" for it. Now is my question if you could like remix or mix that song into a new one so I can use it in Jack Russell 2, I'm sorry you didn't got much credit for your music, I will improve that in Jack Russell 2. I was trying to contact you but you don't seem to have an e-mail, I also asked Tom Fulp but he didn't knew your e-mail either. Please respond, oh and I will pay you if you want. ^_^

- Kenney (Altera)


smartpoetic responds:

Sorry that I took so long to respond!

Anyways, I would be glad to remix the song for you! ^_^ My email address is smartpoetic@hotmail.com if you need to contact me. :)

About pay: I do need money in order to buy equipment and programs to make my music better, but just email me, and we'll discuss that matter. :) Also, email me, and tell me what you would like the song to have or sound like!(it does help when writing :))

Thanks for your time! ^_^
--Smartpoetic