Be a Supporter!

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Date
07/12/2006
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Song
2.2 MB
2 min 27 sec
Score
4.01 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Bosa's final track. Embrace. My new end phrase is no longer enjoy.. but embrace. The New B

Reviews


GrimSausy5GrimSausy5

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Triumph

I have a feeling if this had been meant as an angry piece, it would perhaps be a bit more... jagged, if you will. I can't really explain it in words, such is music. But I get the sense of a slow transition to triumph from beginning to end, a new dawn?

Nice work,
]{.R



CelticWarlordCelticWarlord

Rated 5 / 5 stars

It is the end

I can see where people get the darkness from but to make a beginning there must be an end "the night is darkest just before the dawn" but i do not see it as evil as much as more of a new day.... but thats just me.



Jennifer2456Jennifer2456

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Whoa..

This was really beautiful. 10/10 :]


Bosa responds:

Thank you!

I try my best to produce tracks people like, and sometimes I am successful in that task.


roflmaomgodanmroflmaomgodanm

Rated 5 / 5 stars

soft,but evil

a sad,evil melody,i like :]


Bosa responds:

Evil? Perhaps you are mistaken by its sound. It is simply an ending with a new beginning.


SomeoneIknowSomeoneIknow

Rated 5 / 5 stars

A little dark man

For a while, I thought all your pieces carried softness and tranquility. But after listening to this piece, wow! This is as scary as a piece written by Bach. This piece reminds me of track 14 from the Fantasy-Overture for Romeo and Juliet by Peter Tchaikovsky.

You must've been really angry when you wrote this piece, or really sad.


Bosa responds:

Indeed, I was trying to decribe Bosa's end, yet Bosa's new beggining. But for the lesser minds, "I was angry."