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Apr 10, 2016 | 11:34 AM EDT
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Song
3.3 MB
2 min 52 sec
Score
4.69 / 5.00

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Rated 4.69 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Video Game
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orchestral
amoris
miyolophone

Author Comments

Amoris, meaning "of love" in Latin. The next installment in the series— see The Clockmaker for the first...

Everyone is at the parade that day. No matter what they are doing, no matter how important their work is, they drop everything to watch it. It's the celebration of the formal announcement of the princess's coronation, after all, it's not something you would want to miss.

The clockmaker's son makes a conscious effort not to let his gaze linger too long on the princess as she passes by on the chariot, waving to the spectators. Once, it was acceptable, when the clockmaker was closer to the king and the son and princess were younger, but the son is considered mature enough to handle himself with dignity. And it is far from dignified to be watching at any lady of status with interest, as he would if he didn't force himself to look away— especially in view of everyone on the street.

Still, he can't help but think about what it might be like if their parents hadn't grown apart over the years. Lost in his reverie, and deciding he doesn't care about the customs, he catches her eye. Her expression is unreadable.

Maybe some dubstep or chipstep next :3
-Miyolophone

Edit: I've been having a lot of people putting this one on YouTube after Kaito's Geometry Dash level, the Last Recital. Please don't put this on YouTube. Read the Licensing Terms.

Reviews


SkiddleSkiddle

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Oh my god <3 The piano work in this piece is outstanding, Miyo. It really makes my day just listening to this. You always deliver amazing pieces, and this is no execption to that <3 I love you ~Skiddle


Miyolophone responds:

Aww, thanks S! Your review made my day <3


AltairGalaxyAltairGalaxy

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Will there be a sequel to this?


Miyolophone responds:

Maybe, eventually. Odii?


CrystalPGCrystalPG

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I am actually moved by this song, the instruments make me feel really good inside and I can't stop listening to this amazing song. The word "Amoris" fits how i feel perfectly about this song, love


Miyolophone responds:

I'm so glad it affected you so positively, CrystalPG! I think that if music moves you, then it has done its job.


J25J25J25J25

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Last Recital Much? ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) (jk). Great song! Hopefully I'm able to create melodic little tunes such as this one in the future!


Miyolophone responds:

Thanks JDude, and good luck on your own pieces!


HolsriHolsri

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I really like this song! I love the atmospheric feel, especially at parts like 2:08-2:30. The only thing that I don't really like in the song(which I just don't like in general, maybe it's personal taste) is that there's a lot of abrupt pauses between the more "epic" parts and the "quiet" parts(for lack of better terms; I'm not very educated in music). I feel like if they were extended in some way, instead of partitioned, it would be more enjoyable. But that's just opinion. Great song!


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Miyolophone responds:

Thanks Holsri! Huh, I'm not exactly sure what you mean by abrupt pauses— there are only really two pauses in the whole piece, after the first section and before the ending cadenza thing— but I'm glad you liked it anyway. (Feel free to PM if you want to try to clarify for me, but of course no pressure.)