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Date
12/13/2006
File Info
Song
3 MB
3 min 18 sec
Score
4.19 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.19 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

A man finds that his lost son is dead. He asks for it to rain to hide his tears.

Reviews


KisukeKisuke

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Absolutely....beautiful

One of, if not the most moving piece I have heard in all of my years cruising the audio portal. It's as if it has the power to heal the wounds of the soul and brings tears of sorrow, and at the same time comfort, to ones existence. I love the power it has over me. It's as if it's telling you to let it all out. All the hatred, anger and sorrow that one has inside of him/herself.

The choice of instruments used in this piece are wonderful and fit the title perfectly I must say. They all fit together like pieces of a puzzle, putting together this harmonic symphony of sadness and beauty. It's as if they are speaking to you and drawing out the feelings inside of you.

The tears of ones soul. If there ever was a truly epic song of sorrow this would be the one. Even if you feel that all of what I'm saying is a lot I say it's not. I've listened to this song since it came out and through the troubles I've had this year and it does all of what I've mentioned. It's very moving to me. I cannot really say anything negative or point out any faults in this piece. It is perfect in my highest opinion.

Thank you good sir for this epic masterpiece.

-Kisuke


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Setu-Firestorm responds:

Thank you. It means a lot to me when I hear of someone who's affected by the music I compose. It's especially refreshing that someone has seen it for what it was truly meant to be. So many people these days treat music solely as entertainment when it was original created for something more.

Thanks for the review and the encouragement.


filipino-dragon21filipino-dragon21

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Inspiring!

Once again, you amaze me with your great musical talent. You just have that ability to create a scene with the music and entrance the audience with it. Heck, even my friends who aren't fans of the Classical scene said it was good.



DarkmicDarkmic

Rated 5 / 5 stars

very sad

..... very well


Setu-Firestorm responds:

Were you going to critique or say more than just that?


quickshot-xquickshot-x

Rated 5 / 5 stars

"Sir, you are a MasterPiece."

You have created a great scene over this Sorrowing piece. Your description perfectly fits what this song is trying to explain to you. Pure quality, worked on with your heart, you have achieved a masterpiece my friend. Starts of very sad, as the seconds fly by, it gets quiet, then out of no-where the song picks up its tone. This fits perfectly in my Rpg, ~Tails of Nagura~ currently a popular Demo on the web :)



BoombxBoombx

Rated 5 / 5 stars

songs great

songs geati wonder if fat joe copied your title