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Jul 3, 2008 | 12:48 AM EDT
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1.6 MB
1 min 46 sec
2.29 / 5.00

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Rated 2.29 / 5 stars
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521 Plays | 79 Downloads
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Author Comments

I'm contemplating working on an opera for this novel series I wrote a few years ago (and hope to finish). This is a small taste of an idea I have for it. My problem is I can't save the work file, so I can only save the mp3, and since I have it, I figure I'd post it. Think of it as a new "Fanfare for the Common Man" sort of deal, but not in the same light, of course. More like a Fanfare for the Poor Man, which would, ironically, fit better with the story.

Anywho, enjoy.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Peae and quiet

This is a very relaxing piece, and can be seperated from most others through that. Well done!

Dufanzy responds:

Thank you. It is supposed to be pretty peaceful. It's kinda hard to explain the full "history" of the cliff, but it is the place of growth for a magical flower in the story, it's also where the hero sets off on his first journey from, it holds a strong connection to many of the main characters, it was where the hero was basically given breadth, and it's also the place where the hero's brother jumps to try and end his life.

It has a lot of significance in the story, though it isn't mentioned much. It also holds a grand sight. Those two words are what I had in mind when I first thought up the actual cliff.