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Jan 1, 2008 | 2:11 AM EST
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3.2 MB
1 min 24 sec
3.98 / 5.00

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Rated 3.98 / 5 stars
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'Everything turned out all right in the end'
That's the phrase that kept recurring as I was writing this.
Not that this song is connected with any specific event or concept.
But that is the sense the song invokes (in my opinion).



Rated 4 / 5 stars

pretty sweet

Sounds like something one would hear at the end of an RE or SH game with a good ending, my only complaint was that it sounded a bit hesitant, in other words a little choppy, as if you had improvised it and was thinking out the next chord, however nice chords, good technique, liked the octave jumps, added variety to the mix, I also advice going against the straight quarter notes style, add a little flair, a little trill or some different rythyms, good for what it is though, great potential, 1 star for pauses, 1 star for straight pattern,

8-4, went down a number for the lack of a strong/moving bass, felt as if the left hand was being left out (no pun intended)

JohnLithium responds:

In the future, I'll probably try to incorporate more 'rhythm variation' into piano compositions (if I submit any more). The 'hesitation' aspect was mostly intentional (although I can see where you are coming from).