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Uploaded
Mar 23, 2007 | 8:06 PM EDT
File Info
Song
1.3 MB
1 min 24 sec
Score
3.86 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.86 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
433 Plays | 119 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

Short acoustic composition. Feel free to feel anything.

Reviews


BezmanBezman

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Soothing... relaxing... I wish it lasted longer.

"Feel free to feel anything." heheh. Great line.

The whole piece is wonderfully relaxing. Soothing. Listening on NGAPRadio, I immediately jumped back to this and put it on repeat.

I just found it short for a piece that doesn't loop!

There are some beautiful parts, specially the chords around the 9/10s mark the parts around the 25ish, 37ish, 49ish...well, you have a beautiful melodic journey.

The last 10-20s seem kinda stuttered though as do a few points around the 1-min mark. That let it down slightly.

I do wish it looped or was longer.

Was this improvised? If so, I'd love to hear something similar that you spend time composing! If not, lengthen the piece!

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I could fall in love with a piece like this.
It reminds me of XJapan's 'Endless Rain', which is a big compliment!

I just wish it lasted forever - or failing that - longer.


LfunkeyA responds:

thanks for the long review. this was in fact something like an improvisation, not perfect. I'll try to 'fix it' and possibly make it longer in some way. thanx!


DeflektorDeflektor

Rated 4 / 5 stars

cool!

Let's see, then.

Live guitar, right? Is that you playing? Well, whoever it is, it is good pretty good, even if they were some stuff here and there a bit clumsy. I'm not able to play like this.

As for the title, i find it really inspiring!

And what i feel? Well, just tranquility. No stress, no nervosity, have to try this in Yoga, lol!

Just a tiny issue. I don't think it should belong in classical. However, i have no clue where this should. But it doesn't matter.

That's all good to me. It's pretty encouraging! 4 from me!

PS: could you rephrase the question you asked in your latest review? PM me.


LfunkeyA responds:

yeah i played this piece on my crappy guitar last night. As for the classical thing, well i think its more classical than rock. i might have put it in ambient though, good point. As for my question: your titles always appear a little complicated to me, you know all those magic, wizard, emperor elements. I was just wandering where you get the inspiration for such titles. Anyways, thanks for the fair review and keep it up.