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Aug 15, 2010 | 10:57 AM EDT
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3 min 0 sec
4.33 / 5.00

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Rated 4.33 / 5 stars
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For the rise of a character still unknown! ;)

Thank you so much for listening to this.
If your wondering about the end being as it is; it's a cliffhanger for another track. ;)

If you like the track, please drop a comment, or a rating :) Thank you!




Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Well done!

Part John Williams, part Gustav Holst is how i see this.

Very cinematic and very film-score-esque (though I guess that was the express intent), and it does everything very well within those parameters whilst at the same time having a distinctive flair and style to it. This is not easy to do, but in this song it is MADE to look easy.

I have no real complaints here; everything is executed with above-average skill and dedication.

Continue with the great work!

Tomppaah responds:

Thank you very much :) Haha, makes me happy to hear that you think this was made to look easy :D

John Williams <3 My hero


Rated 5 / 5 stars


-Very nice atmospheric piece. It's one of the main reasons I enjoy classical type music best as a purely instrumental work. I love how deep and dark it starts out only to lighten as the song progressed becoming more triumphant and determined. It did come to an unexpected end for me but it's most likely due to the cliffhangar aspect and not a full ending.

-Review Request Club

Tomppaah responds:

Thank you so much for your comment :) I will try to finish the second theme, so the cliffhanger can come to justice ;)


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I was hoping to hear some more violins during the song. I was hoping for some "Paganini"-style violin, but... no such luck.

Anyway, the song you created works well even without crazy violins. I really like the atmosphere you create. It is somewhat "majestical" but it also creates great suspense. I had an image in mind of two huge armies preparing for a great battle. Both of them meet on a big field and they are just lining up, about to ride into battle when their commander orders them to do so.

Great song!

{ Review Request Club }

Tomppaah responds:

:O How does a Paganini style violin section sound like? He's a artist right?

Aah, thank you very much Hagri.. erm.. Haggard! It's always a good sign when ppl listening are easily imagining scenes to a piece, right? ;)

Thank you again for your commment!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Absolutely amazing.

What an amazingly majestic piece. This is certainly a change from what I usually review. It's absolutely incredible.

You really made this entire composition all by yourself? I'm absolutely amazed. The combination of all the instruments you've used, which, as far as I can hear, is quite a lot. I really like the rhythmic section that comes in. It's not too loud and really adds to the play, though I believe it could quite easily stand by itself, without rhythmics. Then again, it would have a more mysterious feel to it, rather than majestic and awe-inspiring.

I don't really have much to say about it, other than that. I can't find anything wrong with this song. It's... amazing.

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Tomppaah responds:

Haha, yes I did indeed do this all by myself :D *and my new ├╝ber computer <3*

Thank you so very much for your great comment Soap, I'm very glad you like the track so much, :D becouse I do too ;)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesomely cinematic.

Really excellent work here. I love the mood at the start and the build up throughout. I can't say a bad thing about this! :D


Tomppaah responds:

Haha, thank you oh wise Peter ;)