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Date
06/21/2007
File Info
Song
3.6 MB
3 min 54 sec
Score
4.14 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Piano piece based a little on Satie's "Gymnopedie". But less French.

Reviews


hasonishhasonish

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 5, 2007

Wow

Your music is so... phenomenal... It just blows me away how well you make your music. I wish I knew what inspires you.

Anyway, you definitely earn a 5, and this piece seems flawless to me, (though im not really good at judging for this kind of music. But my idea is, It all depends on how it sounds to the person reviewing.) Great job, and I look forward to your work.

P.S.:After hearing all your Megaman remakes, I just have to wonder, what it would be like if you wer to remake the Cornaria (is that how its spelled?) from Star Fox for the SNES with modern instruments and your abilities.



MaestroRageMaestroRage

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 21, 2007

:'D

ah, a nice oppressive piano. How I love thee.

There is some happiness with these sorrow chords. An interesting blend for sure. It makes me think of a bittersweet tragedy. The ultimate sacrafice, which involves destroying your most cherished friend.

"In order to save you, I must destroy you" kind of thing. I love those types of imagery, just gets my mind reeling with all sorts of backstory. Why are these people doing this, what are they feeling etc.

There were several dissonant parts of this song, but they were ALL further enhancing to the image. That discomfort, unease, just drove the brittle story further. At some parts I felt it was a bit too dissonant, a few parts where I felt the piano notes clashed too much, but nothing major.

I myself am not really sure what Satie's "Gymnopedie" is, but it sounds like a revenge story. Is it a revenge story?

The ending was nicely handled.

Good work Grumble, another enjoyable lil sucker by you. Easily gets my 5. Keep up the good fight and keep em coming!

And tutelly pm me when you do put new stuff.


Grumbleduke responds:

Listen to this again, and try to count the key changes. Don't give up too quickly now :). PMing will have to be done in the future. Nice to know there are people who still look for my stuff as well.

Eric Satie is a French composer from the early 20th Century: the opening to this piece is reminiscent of his work, Gymnopedie.