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3 min 51 sec
4.12 / 5.00

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Easy Listening - Classical

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Two travellers share the same road, and the same song.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

it please my ears !

This is like a music for quest , I know what will be my next quest now , getting the sword of argonark in the high snowy montain of loryione in the death land. You do great classical music genre stuff ! Or maybe two fish merchant travellers going into thier next village ... This music can be used in all kind of flash video concept.

Chrispington responds:

it please my ears too :P


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome Work!

Soft and Gentle, you sure worked hard on this. This is so nice! I love the sound of the pan flute aswell, I'm starting to use it in my songs aswell. Keep it up!

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Chrispington responds:

Thanks mate


Rated 5 / 5 stars


the song was great. though it did repeat itself, it didn't get old. how much does the implant procedure cost?

Chrispington responds:

It only costs one pound of flesh!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


this is a great song and VITW your stupid, just want to say that now, There are people out there who can play flutes and other instruments that require you to blow and keep playing they breath in through their nose and out their mouth at the same time. look at the digerido (that arstalen pip thingy ><) they have to do that to be able to play it. so this is natural in all means

Chrispington responds:

Damn right! It's called circular breathing I think.

thanks for the review!


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Generally good, but a few points:

Pan flautists need to breath too, you know.. I think it would feel a bit more natural to have some rests in the pan flute, i.e. take a few beats off the sustained notes at the end of phrases. Also, there is rather a lot of reverb on the pan flue.
The melody itself could use proper sections of variation rather then simply repeating the same melody again and again but with different countermelodies underneath, to show that there is in journey within the music as well.
I like the percussion.

Chrispington responds:

My pan flautists are fed oxygen intravenously and the lungs replaced with what you could describe as a giant mechanical bellows.

I'm told the implant procedue is quit painful.