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Date
01/07/2012
File Info
Song
5.1 MB
3 min 42 sec
Score
4.39 / 5.00

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Genres:
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Author Comments

This is a piece of music I just recently completed. I'm probably the worst composer ever, but hopefully this will be somewhat to your liking. I'll be submitting this to the MAC no doubt.

Time has passed, and the good King William has at last found the answer he has been searching for. After setting foot outside the church, he begins his magnificent quest to save his kingdom.

Weeks passed, and all of the people began to wonder if the King met his demise -- how honorable a death to ponder. But just as hope began to fade, a glorious sound came from the mountains. The king rides with one-hundred horsemen towards his castle, carrying the famed trinket that will bring peace to his land. The people rejoice, and begin to bow to his majesty. The good King William has prevailed and triumph is his own. Glory!

Reviews


MrtheNoronhaMrtheNoronha

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars March 19, 2012

It´s nostalgic like that context songs of Valkyrie profile, but without the Synthetizers!!!


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diesnakediesnake

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 18, 2012

hello bosa we chose your music for a video game named tropical terror who will be featured on yoyo game and cbna. if you don t want your product to be on the game just contact me on my newground acount and we will remove it. thanks for your work i wont forget to credit you.



RetrosamuraiRetrosamurai

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 17, 2012

Somehow the composer has managed to capture the entire Lord of the Rings Trilogy into one song, slow beginning, building suspense, the action and then the epic conclusion. Would work in any RPG out there.


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Bosa responds:

I wish someone would find a use for it. I grow tired of submitting music that is frequently neglected from game or movie spots.


RafaomegaXRafaomegaX

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 15, 2012

Somehow it gave me an image of:
>Winter Kingdom
>King giving a quest (the title)
> Final Fantasy Tactics
> Heroes Walking around the town admiring the city
> and more...

nice music... it's though inspiring


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Bosa responds:

Perhaps we should create a video game?


juni0rj0hnjuni0rj0hn

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 14, 2012

Wow! This sounds remarkably like skyrim. Very nice work.(If this makes any sense)-I bet you used to be a review writer like me, then you started making music with your knee. Nice work!


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Bosa responds:

Unfortunately I broke the arrow and had to amputate my leg. The motivation and passion I found afterwards -- trying to achieve the unachievable -- is what inspired me to make music.