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Uploaded
Jan 19, 2014 | 9:05 PM EST
File Info
Song
2.9 MB
2 min 34 sec
Score
3.91 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.91 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
675 Plays | 11 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Ambient
Tags:
piano
worship
praise
new-age

Author Comments

I dedicate this song to Jesus and His resurrection.

I made this one in a fair amount of time. The original composition was for an epic/folk metal song. I decided that it was unlikely that I'd ever get the original metal composition finished, so I turned it into what we have here.

It's my first song to be put in the 'Ambient' genre section.

Reviews


XwaynecoltXXwaynecoltX

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very nice tune here

Wow I must say this was very nice tune of yours very soft and pleasent the piano really comes alive in this and its your talents that make that happen so nice effort here.

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
There was some backround sounds not sure of the intent but it was different.

~X~


Rahmemhotep responds:

Any background sounds are intentional, I assure you.

Praise the name of Jesus Christ. He is my inspiration and my song.


DoctorStrongbadDoctorStrongbad

Rated 4 / 5 stars

This is a good song, regardless of your religious beliefs. Nice work on your first ambient song.



CyberdevilCyberdevil

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Jesus and His resurrection might be an inspiring thought to some people, but as a purpose-searcher with somewhat different finds that note doesn't really hit. :) It does sound like a resurrection though, mysterious, melancholy, dark... and then with that sudden spark of magic and melody, a miracle, a vision, a meal of nutrition in a starving world.

I really like the atmosphere it brings, both uplifting and sad somehow. Sublime work!

-cd-


Rahmemhotep responds:

Well, I do cry during worship.

Thank you for your kind words!


Kieran123Kieran123

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I like this, despite my ideas upon jesus. Find it rather soothing. Have no issue witht he piano sound unlike the poster below. Felt it sounded fine. The more epheral, ambienty tones work really well to give this texture too.


Rahmemhotep responds:

Thank you for your review!


PhonometrologistPhonometrologist

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Hmmm.....first thoughts: very interesting. The title is the reason I clicked on this as I'm Christian, but that isn't a prerequisite for me to enjoy a piece of music per se. Not sure if the title does fit though. I don't really hear the rejoicing. The tone sounds a bit more mysterious and eeriness which creates in me a feeling of indifference. Since I listen to the piano a lot, I'm not a fan of the tone of the piano you used. I would of liked some human feel to it as well--sounds a bit too midi.
It is ambient like, and I think it works fine as such. Can't say I enjoyed it completely, but you still got my respect for it.


Rahmemhotep responds:

I think it sounds happy, serene and uplifting. This seems more like just a cultural difference or a misunderstanding in style/expression or whatever. For example, a lot of Middle Eastern music that is happy is mistaken as sad by Westerners who don't understand the music. In either case it doesn't matter to me, as I made this song for God and He knows my heart.

I don't much care for humanization. Unless you're a real freak about it or it's necessary for the song, it can be irrelevant. I mean, this is an electronic piece of music, what do I care if it doesn't sound like anyone played it, eh? (BTW, I'm not afraid to use a MIDI piano)

On the tone, it could just be the piano itself. It's a VST I recently acquired called Piano One (uses a Yamaha Grand). It could also be the fact that I EQ'd it to specifically sound the way it does (to each his own).

If you didn't completely enjoy this, then you'd hate my other music! :)