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Dec 14, 2009 | 1:56 AM EST
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4.34 / 5.00

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very pleasent and great build up

Now this was neat it really did remind me of the movie and the feeling so the {EMOTION} was there for sure and props to you for that one, I really like the instraments and sounds you presented in this one and you gave it some great {BUILD-UP} thats what really made it worthwhile and then gave it that emotion that made it awsome, so with that said it was a pleasure hearing and reviewing this, so anyways nice job i look forward to more from you soon, untill next time keep making great stuff such as this one here

I thought this was just perfect as is


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Just to amazing for words.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Seriously, this seems very much like the sort of music that they used to end the movie with, as Jake Sully opens his eyes in his Avatar body. I can certainly see the imagery of the floating mountains and the way of life for the Na'vi being perfect here for this.

The music is so evocative and yes, I guess it was his destiny to do what he did in that film, suffice to say that destiny is given a large helping hand by the script.

A shame that the introduction was so quiet and took so long to get going. Perhaps this is the only fault with the piece, as you have used such a dynamic and powerful set of instruments to bring the piece out of itself with some amazing buildups and support from the rest of the orchestra.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome classic

I love classic songs man, and you made an AWESOME one.

I love how the music goes louder and louder until you listen the real classic song, the instruments all together making a kind of epic music, you did a nice job w/ the music, everything fits perfectly, harmoniously...

I loved the final , it doesn´t stop suddenly, it ends like the start, building down...

I loved it, keep it up, i expect to hear more musics from you!!

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

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The song takes a little while to get going, but it's a nice way for it to start. It sounds very epic, like I can imagine a hero doing random heroic things with this playing in the background. You know, like in movies when they want to encompass a lot of time quickly.

I like the marching drums at the start, but they do get a little repetitive. It's obviously not something you'd just listen to on its own, it really needs video to accompany it, so I'm not going to grade it down because I wouldn't listen to it on my own. It is very good for what it is, and I wouldn't flinch to hear it in a professionally done movie. great work man.

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