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_-={Into That Gentle Night}=-_

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Date
08/07/2007
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1.2 MB
1 min 17 sec
Score
4.07 / 5.00

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Row after row of shadows led by a robe of black, "Fear not, for at least you all tried..."

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pyrobunny9pyrobunny9

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 31, 2008

great

great piece yet again



The-Fallen-1The-Fallen-1

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 29, 2007

You're.... my... HERO!

Maestro,
I was just wondering, You've got such a nice talent.
Maybe you should consider doing something with it!
Not that you're not doing already, but I'm trying to say you can
get pretty high with this,
Anyways good job!

Cheers, Dennis


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MaestroRage responds:

maybe Dennis, but I don't particularly care for making any money off this art. I want to let people hear it for free, and to whoever wants to hear a story, the option is there for them. I do hope to work in some large gaming companies, however anything I make out of my own accord, is free to the public, I intend to keep it as such until I die.

(And even after that, everything I make will go to public domain)

Thank you for the review, i'm glad you like it!


KriosGaurdKriosGaurd

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 13, 2007

arw...

sorry but my last story used up my creative energy....its currently recharging so wait awhile ;)


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MaestroRage responds:

After that story in Rage of the Champions, i'd totally put down the quill and be like "alright well i've written the story of the year so now i'm off to not write anymore, ever!"

or something similar.

Thats quite okay, thank you for the review, i'm glad you liked it :D!


DarKsidE555DarKsidE555

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 8, 2007

Sweet!

This could be very nice for the beginning of a night based level as the title shows already! I've noticed that the drums are a little weak on this one. I assume they should just underline the gentle feel of the hole tune. A bit strange in my view but all in all they fit. ;)

Overall, another good one there buddy. Btw, you should check ur e-mailz. Little suprise waiting there.

teh 5. Oh and also, if you haven't noticed already, my entry is up on NG now! >:)

Good luck in that contest! :)


MaestroRage responds:

the drums are not meant to be too diverse in this piece, merely as a simple funeral march of sorts. Like you mentioned, just keeps them all together. Though I suppose a bit more variety wouldn't have hurt :/...

In any case, it serves the purpose it was made for, so I figure, it's good as is :D!

Thank you for the review DarksidE! I'm glad you liked it!


Key-ReaperKey-Reaper

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 11, 2007

Great

very nice song :D i couldnt even tell that the song repeated

To start off can see this as much as you other pieces. Great strong Choir but not over used. the trumpet i think was a interesting choice to add as i thoght this would be a dark shallow song. i think it would have worked better with a frech horn or trombone but i havent heard it with this song so im not sure :) althogh a great song that very well represents a dark night.


MaestroRage responds:

The song originally had plans to be carried out with a trombone/french horns, but I felt that the trumpets would have made a much more powerful medium, and was also done for a friend of mine ;). He knows who he is.

The phrase "Gently into that good night" was not meant with the intention of literally speaking of a night, but in the definition of silently dying. I forget the poet who first wrote the poem "Do not go gently into that good night!" and i'm sure a google search would clear it up, but the point was this song is supposed to depict heroes dying.

Thank you for the review, i'm glad you liked it!