I definitely like it.
I agree whole heartedly with aloneagainfriend on "the good" and disagree on "the bad."
The looping IS pretty good, your music box is also cool, it is happy and flowing, and does have a very apt title.
I do not agree with the length comment. This is a perfect example of the artistic sort of piece that can get away with being any length the artist feels fits.
I completely disagree with the percussion. I think that would change the whole feel of the piece, and you would lose a good deal of the serenity. You could add percussion, but it is certainly not necessary.
The higher notes do hurt the ears a bit, this may have to do with compressing to mp3, or maybe clipping. If you export at a lower volume you might get rid of this issue, and you should still be in about the right volume range.
And this is movie music, which is definitely my type of music!
A suggestion which I leave up to your good judgement would be to revisit the melody throughout the piece and see how it relates to your tritonal (is that a word? It should be.) background. The first time the background appeared, the melody resolved the tritone beautifully, but did not do so for the rest of the piece.
Way to go! This is very well done!
ok, I'll try and give a good review here...
first, It loops almost perectly
2nd, the almost music box sounding instrument you used is really cool
3rd, it has a wonderful happy flowing style atmosphere
4th, The title seems to fit it perfectly
1st, It's to damn short!
2nd, it could maybe use a hat, or a tamborine, some kind of slight percution
3rd, the higher notes kinda hurt the ears a bit
4th, it really not my type of music :P
And there you go, a good review for a good piece of music
(sry for the horible spelling)
review me 2 if you want,