Class Act, pt. II

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chorus-saturated classical-style guitar piece; second movement

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its peaceful

It kind of have more feeling than Part 3. Its good to listen to this when you are feeling down and I really enjoyed listening to it I was just sad about something but now i'm happy again.
I was listening to it in reverse order I didn't know unstill now lol.

TritoneAngel responds:

lol -- you know, the fact that these are listed in reverse chronological order is really wreaking havoc on my intentions with this piece. But I guess it sounds cool backwards too. :)

The second movement is definitely the more exciting, development phase of the piece. Definitely an uplifting sense of energy. If it made you happy, I'm a little concerned for you though (just kidding!) as it's a pretty sad and melancholy song!

In all seriousness, I'm really glad you liked it and I appreciate the flurry of reviews. Thank you.

This is better than Part 3 somehow.

This sorta has more feeling than Part 3 and it's more catcher. The song is also pretty classical and its good to listen to when you're down. Now, I'm off to Part 1. This song was better and I enjoyed listening to it. Nice work!


TritoneAngel responds:

Cool man -- thanks again for the review! Funny that you're listening to it in reverse order. :)

The piece is best experienced when listening to it in sequential order; it is actually one large contiguous piece chopped into movements to fit due to NG size requirements.


I like this one a little more than the first.I really liked when you went into the arpeggios that sounded really nice and smooth.You didn't hit anything to hard so the sound was good throughtout.Great tune.

TritoneAngel responds:

Thanks again dude -- I'm always happy when people take interest in my other-genre stuff, besides my natural inclination toward progressive rock/metal.

These three were actually one unified piece, but I had to split them to get them on NG under the filesize requirement. There were just sort of natural section breaks in the piece though that made it easily divisible.

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Aug 28, 2005
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1 min 50 sec

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