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Sep 5, 2005 | 6:53 AM EDT
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1.1 MB
1 min 14 sec
3.81 / 5.00

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Rated 3.81 / 5 stars
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Easy Listening - Classical

Author Comments

This orchestral string piece is a mixture of both dramatic sections and calmer passages.



Rated 4 / 5 stars


This song was fairly well put together. MIDI issues aside (and I would recommend better instruments), the song itself was good.

Xela89 responds:

Thanks for the review. I composed this a few years ago and today I have much better Orchestral samples at my disposal. Check out my latest submission if you're interested!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

You should work on it.

It seems to be a real good classical piece, but you should have used better quality strings, and perhaps added a few more voices.

It seems to be a very good song, but still needs alot of work to be perfect.
Other than that, you are a very talented person.

Xela89 responds:

Thanks for the review.

I really appreciate your praise as well. The problem with this piece is that I used MIDI strings so the quality was hindered by that.


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars


There's no cinematic value to this song, but I'll give it a 1/5 because it's your fist song.
Normally I'd blam it.

Xela89 responds:

What? cinematic value? This isn't designed for film use! Not every classical piece has to have an action packed score, you know.

A 1? Sureley you're not a musician your self. This was written as a music score not an uncreative flash...

More reviews please.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Woo! Xela, my main man, nice.~

This reminds me of Lord Of The Rings, it's pretty cool. It could be used nicely in a video game but...
Just egad, with ear buds on this hurts my ears when it goes up. The only bad thing about Fruity Loops is that it has a lot of a Midi influence to it, so that's no good.

Xela89 responds:

Well it IS midi as I used Sibelius :)

Thanks for the review.