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Credits & Info

Date
04/30/2012
File Info
Song
9.9 MB
4 min 20 sec
Score
4.35 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.35 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
1,565 Plays | 123 Downloads
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Genres:
Other - Cinematic
Tags:
logical
defiance
cinematic
ascension

Author Comments

I have been working on this piece for a while. I recently had a vivid imagery that I decided to write along with the song. The story is based on various sections as described in time segments. I suggest checking it out below while you're listening.

Cheers!

- LD -

START-1:15

A group of friendly 13th century explorers discover an luminescent cave on a hidden shore. They slowly walk into the cavern of light. The walls glow neon. They arrive at a dead end with two unknown beings awaiting them. The beings smile and welcome them.

1:15-2:10

They begin to show the explorers alien technologies. The explorers couldn't comprehend and praised them as dieties.

2:10-3:00

The beings take them on flight back to their village. As they arrive, the town gathers near the landing in great suspicion.

3:00-3:45

The villagers stand in awe of the alien ship. The explorers come out and the people become increasingly enamored and ancy.

3:45-END

The beings come out of the ship. They tell the people that they are not ready yet;

"But sometime in the next millenium, you can expect us."

Reviews


MrDarkness117MrDarkness117

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 30, 2012

I actually liked it.
Very nice indeed. It is more an ambient (unless you forgot to change it's style).

No arguments.

5 Submission rate, 5 Review rate.


Breed responds:

Thanks for the review.

As you may or may not know, there is very little classical music in the classical genre. This is cinematic orchestral music to be more precise. Since it is inspired by Debussy and Dvorak though, and is all orchestral, I decided classical fit best. It is definitely ambient-like, but the ambient genre on newgrounds is mostly electronic and I thought the classical listeners would appreciate the piece more then the ambient ones.

Cheers!

- LD Mike -