HoT #2 - Meeting the Princess

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"The Hero of Time" Montage Release #2:
Meeting the Princess

for the film "The Hero of Time" by BMB Finishes
Website: http://www.theherooftime.

Music Composed by George R. Powell
Vocals Performed by Raegan Quinn

Our 2nd release from the Montage, "Meeting the Princess". I think the title gives away its description. =p

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Heheh. I've only listened to #1 and #2 of these, but I'm liking this one the best so far out of the two. I can actually imagine them meeting and talking... So, if this is one that goes into an actual film... I'd see it just for these musical pieces. All of your LoZ songs are awesome, and even while I hold high expectations all around, this... beats them all. I'm going to have to make seperate expectations for you if you keep this up, and in that case, it's a good thing.

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Just what you would want to hear in a Zelda movie.

Respect.. This song has all it has to have.

Wow! This is professional stuff. The movement is insane good. You thought it completely through. It has a Howard versus Gregson-Williams feeling. I want to here more from you. Again, respect! You can be proud of this.

Setu-Firestorm responds:

Thanks. Actually, it goes with a scene of the movie, so crafting the music around things happening on screen in much more challenging (though far more fun) to do. I've heard some people say that they can just about visualize the scene playing out just from hearing the music, which tells me I did a good job. =)

omg, a song with vocals!

don't hear a lot of music with vocals on NG, but when you do it's either good or funny. i liked this a lot, even if there wasn't a LOT of vocals. almost perfect. put it's not imperfect enough to deserve anything less than 5/5 and 10/10.

Setu-Firestorm responds:

It's part of a feature-length film soundtrack that I composed. Technically, it shouldn't have any vocals in it at all, but in this scene, Princess Zelda sits in her garden singing, and I wanted to work that into the music itself, which is why there aren't much vocals at all.

Thanks for the feedback though. =)

Credits & Info

5.00 / 5.00

Sep 16, 2009
1:59 PM EDT
File Info
7.6 MB
5 min 33 sec

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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.