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Alright, sorry about the loudness in the last one. This is the REAL Version. Vote Fair.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Another review for you

Well, I just did a review for you and thought I would check out this song as well. Again, take em or leave em, just a few thoughts.

You have a nice solid chord progession on this song, a famous one as well, but I was a little disappointed because it seemed like you got stuck in a movement of these same chords and I really wanted to see a little more varience, in that sence, and this isnt ment to be rude but it was a little basic.

I love the change up of instruments, and you are an artist who does wonderful things with builds, but I really think with a little more clean up on the motif and the varience on the chords you could have an even more steller piece.

Great work, keep them up.

Bosa responds:

Thanks for the advice. I'll keep that is strong mind.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


i loved how you integrated the snare drum into the song. I only gave you a 9 because the melody seemed a bit simplistic, don't hurt me >_<

Bosa responds:

Well, it was meant to be a simple "in your face" tune. Just a big rush of excitement was all I wanted from you.



Rated 4 / 5 stars


Throughout all the reviews I have given, I have noticed that each author definately has their own style of (classical) music. Very distinct sound for each of you. In fact, if you all came out with a new song at the same time and I was supposed to name the author kind of deal, I think it would be fairly easy.

This song is beautiful and uplifting, the piano and strings are well done, and the cymbal crashes well placed. My only complaint is the balancing of those drums, maybe a crescendo to make them EVENTUALLLY get that loud, but I think they are far too loud for the part that they come in on. Like I said, (This is for their first appearence mostly) crescendo would help them alot. Well placed wind chimes though = ).

8/10 (This is just my opinion, it is beautiful in it's own way, but this way just doesn't happen to be my absolute favorite ways....although it is growing on me as I sit here listening to it, cept those drum dynamics ; ).

Bosa responds:

It hangs in your mind like a thought that never vanishes.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


This is a very beautiful song, I absolutely love the style! The strings are very nice as well. :) Percussion too, eh? This just keeps getting better!

This song is nice, and I love the key changes and chord progression. I do think that the dynamics really could use some work though. Up until the end, the volume didn't change much in certain parts, and I felt that the piano notes you put stress on kind of made it sound strange. Usually the stress is on the downbeat, unless you're wrinting ragtime, but it really wasn't that big a deal. The ending was nice though.

I really do love this song though, I think it has a lot of simplistic beauty to it in the piano. :) Very nice, just try to work on the dynamics a little bit perhaps. Nice work! 8.5/10, but I'll just give it a nine overall. ;)

Bosa responds:

Sorry about the hard keys. I was just getting so swept away in the music, my heart was pacing fast like a strong frail of wind that blows across your face and you immediantly feel its effects.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Tears from the Heavens

This piece should get a Platinum Track at the least. It is very touching and beautiful in it's own way. Two thumbs up.

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Bosa responds:

Glad we see eye to eye.