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12.6 MB
11 min 3 sec
4.21 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Sorry about the low quality, I had to fit the full 11 minutes in! There are also a few little render glitches in the third movement amid the strings... I tried with no success to fix that- the problems of using a mid/high-powered instrument with a 32-bit program!

I made up a fancy program guide, which you can view here (http://www.versilstudios .net/notes.PNG {remove the extra space}) if you want to see what the movements are about (silly NG doesn't allow me to paste the whole thing here...).

Any regulars to my music- note that the 6th movement is one of my already existing works... I wrote it originally with the intention of using it in this work.

Movements are at the following times:
Movement 1- 0:00 to 1:26
Movement 2- 1:29 to 2:34
Movement 3- 2:36 to 3:28
Movement 4- 3:30 to 5:21
Movement 5- 5:29 to 6:37
Movement 6- 6:39 to 9:51
Movement 7- 9:55 to 11:00

Feel free to leave your thoughts on the piece below. :)



Rated 5 / 5 stars

It's great i love it :D this is very high quality stuff :P

samulis responds:

Thanks dude. One of my favorite works. :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This feels very cohesive to me, even though the movements are distinct (and even separated by long pauses). I never felt that I was jumping from one piece to an unrelated other; it was all bound together. The use of "Taps" was interesting to me also. Usually that is associated with sadness, but in this context it felt more majestic than sad.

samulis responds:

The taps movement actually made a few people in the room cry. It is probably my favorite part of the piece.

Thanks for the review!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

astounding :3

samulis responds:

Thanks. :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Absolutely beautiful.

samulis responds:

Thanks! I'm glad you liked it.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

ok but forgettable

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samulis responds:

Thanks my cynical buddy ol' pal. Go back to your barrel, Diogenes. :P

Unless you have something constructive to say about how I might be able to make it less forgettable.