illusion and visualisation is tricky.
I feel the only way you can tell this is "star orientated" is because of the choice of instruments you have used. they give the impression rather than your playing. NOT CRITICISING your playing. for you play very well! and i have heard the alternate version of this piece. and with all due respect i prefer it. it has more character and emotion behind it. this piece remains lovely though. just not AS lovely as the other. thank you for this easy listening. :D you are from lancashire i see. then you like to drink tea lol. Me too. :D
I am no expert, but for such situation perhaps a softer music would be better, with a less "intrusive" harmony.
An ending that sounded like an ending would also be nice
But its very good, I really enjoyed it!!
Definitely captures the scene. It will probably be a night scene, and a conversation between Aries and some girl roughly the same age as himself. They will sort of vaguely confess their feelings for each other and maybe something like, "why does it have to be like this? Why can't we all just learn to get along with each other." The conversation will end akwardly and the night will end. Rather than two lovers who can't be together, I would say it is more of a reflective kind of song, as if to say something like "look there's trouble on the horizon, we love each other, but we can't do anything about it until we know everything is going to be alright. We have to fix things before we can proclaim that kind of love for each other."
This song has that gentle mellowness and will work perfectly in Black Star. It is great.
I'm lovin' it!
This captures the emotion perfectly. I can see two lovers, maybe they can't be together for some reason, and it tears them apart inside. A great theme for the series.
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