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Date
01/23/2013
File Info
Song
8.2 MB
3 min 34 sec
Score
4.10 / 5.00

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Genres:
Other - Cinematic
Tags:
piano
strings
serene
soothing

Author Comments

Opening with a minimalistic piano theme the composition builds up to a symphonic climax while remaining to be ominously calm by the nature.

DAW: Fl Studio 8
VSTi's: Miroslav Philharmonik, Steinberg Grand Piano

Reviews


EmidEmid

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This composition has something in it. It keeps you "adhere" to it until the end when you take a deep breath. So much emotions and feelings with a glimpse of sadness while thoughts of "what gonna happen next". Awesome entry my friend, Keep it up :)


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ZipZipperZipZipper

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I really enjoyed this. I like its rising nature that is still constrained. I think your instrument choice and placement was great, I thought the mix sounded clear, and it was overall forward despite its minimal construction.

I had a simple image in my head...a young woman running through a field of semi-tall grass the precedes a forest. The sun is shining very bright and it enhances the color of her silk white dress. Of course, her movement is in slow-motion. Behind her are only a few heavily armed soldiers trying to catch up to her. The danger seems so far and yet is still lurking closer and closer to her. She sheds a tear from both eyes. The question lies in what could possibly have instigated the soldiers to pursue her.

Yes, this composition is great to me. It did invoke a vision. Excellent job!


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xIIInon responds:

Thank you for such a detailed review and, of course, for sharing your impressions! I'm happy that my work can make people feel like that.


IngMasterIngMaster

Rated 5 / 5 stars

It feels more ominous than serene, but I like it all the more for it. it makes it feel like the calm before a battle where victory is impossible. the warriors simply waiting for their final breath in the next bout.


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xIIInon responds:

Thanks, I think you made a good point. It's not the kind of serenity you would expect, but rather a repose after ceasefire. Something to get you through hard times.