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[HoS] Cast In Twilight

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11 MB
4 min 49 sec
4.36 / 5.00

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Rated 4.36 / 5 stars
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Grim Fairy Tales

* Made this song for someone's game.

* Tell me how I did or something you imagine from listening to this! I also appreciate constructive criticism.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice sounds very mysterious

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HonorOfStyle responds:

You should listen to my new version then!

'Cast in "Shivering Twilight" '


Rated 4 / 5 stars

The sense of urgency plays in the songs core, this comes across to me as a period piece.

You have the intrepid inspector sitting in apprehension of his destination. The trees pass around him, sapped of any brilliant humor by the overcast early morning. It is a long journey, but eventually he arrives at the gates of an estate. His carriage passes by gardeners, a group of hunters out to shoot at quail in the brush, and their dogs silently howling in the distance. He looks at the seat beside him, empty except for a town newspaper, folded to a particular article at its front. "Wife of local inspector missing." He clenches it in his hand, awaiting the moment he can exit the carriage.

I could write more, but that would be unnecessary. I enjoyed the music, though it seemed to reoccur consistently, which I guess is a blessing as it can be cut or faded to fit a particular sequence in any such a movie. Overall, it was quite enjoyable.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I'f imagined it would had been walking alone, all by myself pushing everyone out of the way...
Buy anyway's its good you going to make more down the road.

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