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Date
06/22/2013
File Info
Song
4.7 MB
2 min 3 sec
Score
4.29 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.29 / 5 stars
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7,501 Plays | 735 Downloads
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Genres:
Other - Cinematic
Tags:
space
future
brass
strings

Author Comments

This is the big project I've been working on for the past two months. I wanted to create something that would both move people's emotions and impose a story on people's minds. I may not have had time to finish it the way I would've liked, but this will have to do I'm afraid.

This is the biggest and most dramatic piece that I've ever made, and I hope you all will enjoy a quick listen and yearn for more.

Reviews


Subject-118Subject-118

Rated 5 / 5 stars

The story I saw when I closed my eyes and listened to this was a sci-fi one. In this story earth and it's inhabitants have advanced so far that they patrol the Milky Way with war ships. An Admiral pilots his flag ship "Mars Courtesy", he is an old man with grey hair and a grey beard, wearing a light grey Dress Uniform. He is seen at the helm looking out in the stars, and looking at his pocket watch that holds a picture of him with his Wife and Daughter who has recently graduated from the UNSF (United Nations Space Fleet).

A surprise attack from an unknown enemy life form from another galaxy surfaces, as seen when their flag ship decimates another UNSF Battle Ship in three blows to the side coils, bridge, and engines. A small fleet of three battle ships, four cruisers, and 18 fighters erupts between the unknown enemy. Seeing other ships being destroyed and the "Mars Courtesy" being heavily damaged the Admiral orders the ship to evacuate and prepare for ramming speed in hopes of taking out the enemy flagship to halt their advance. Half way through the song the admiral sits down in his chair looking at his pocket watch remembering his wife and daughter, remembering that his child became a Captain on a cruiser called the "Atlantic Omnibus" and all the precious memories he had shared with his family. Now briefly before impact he walks to the right of his ship looking at the second patrol fleet seeing his daughter near the window with her hand on the window crying as she looks at her father protecting her and man-kind. Seeing her, the Admiral looks through the window, planting his hand on the glass, he smiles with tears rolling down his face. Knowing he had protected his nation, his home world, and... his family. He dies, crippling the enemy and ensuring the future of the one he left for the next generation.

Some years later, a memorial statue is present and standing in front of it is a graying brunette woman dressed in black with a child. They now lay flowers in front of the gravestone that reads "He did not fight because he wanted to or because it was commanded of him. He fought out of love for what he Cherished and Protected."



madnessfanatic2030madnessfanatic2030

Rated 5 / 5 stars

When Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines (where I live) in 2014, we had virtually no running water or electricity for two weeks. Considering also that I was in college and those were official school days, life became harder than it should've normally been. Huge, broken trees and dangerous power lines literally occupied the streets, and there was debris from buildings in some areas. Our house was damp inside, and the roof leaked constantly everywhere.

Prior to that I had downloaded this beautiful, inspiring composition you made, onto my phone that I hadn't been able to recharge due to the long period of power outage. I listened to this with headphones on, and it brought me through the dark, uncertain nights where our house was only lit by candle light, and through the exhausting day where we tried to clean up the mess left behind by Mother Nature.

Even now, my hairs stand on end listening to this. Sorry if this review only showed up now.

Thank you, and more power to you, Bosa.


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Bosa responds:

Wow. I had no idea about this disaster, and I am happy to hear that you are alright at least. I know that I am nothing, but if my music helped you in any way, I am determined to continue creating more. It is stories like yours that encourage me to continue, and I am thankful for your support. I hope things have improved where you live, and you know I am available anytime you need anything.


JappeJJJappeJJ

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Was listening to it, felt a little sceptic at the start. It starts very slow, but comes with a god damn epic moment. Going from the epic to the piano = Great!
This piece it telling a story, I can clearly see some sketches when going through the song.
Genius.

It's beautiful, you took me to my dreamworld.



Timasaurus007Timasaurus007

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very nice, a little long in my opinion, the song started to lose its emphasis near the end, also the end cut short quite abrubtly.

Very good, extremely good compared to the dubstep s**t we get nowadays.



justinvhjustinvh

Rated 5 / 5 stars

One word: AWESOME


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