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The Terminal - Piano

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Dec 3, 2010 | 9:59 PM EST
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3.3 MB
2 min 56 sec
4.42 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Sorry if I haven't made any thing. But lately nothing has been coming to my mind. It's like when I try to make music, this sort of emptiness emerges and just fills my mind to a point where I just give up on it entirely. Well I gave it a shot.

In my mind I tried to imagine a looming terminal illness that can affect you. I imagine an old man dying in December with a 1000 stories, but no family or friends to tell it to. Kind of like how this musical dry spell feels like, but, theres always a little hope.

Any ways this is going out to you. Enjoy



Rated 5 / 5 stars


This song makes me think of a chronicle of the end of the human race, showing clips of disease, famine, political and economic strife, then as the momentum of the song picks up, a vast scene of war, with tanks rolling through a field, aircraft flying overhead, the atmosphere aglow of orange and red, and then suddenly boom, the nukes explode in catyclismic unison. lastly the ending of the song makes me think of two people collapsing onto the frozen ground (due to Nuclear Winter) dropping the last red rose in existence, the rose shrivels up in the cold as a symbol of the hope and spirit of every human being..... THIS IS DEEP STUFF.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Perfect Desolate Beauty

Perfect intro and ending, beautiful, lonely and perhaps unnerving throughout. I thought of it as the intro/ending music to a film where a guy is building a doll out of the hair of his dead wife or some girl he admires from afar. Don't judge me. :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Our interpretations...

Only twine with the song creating an infinite seam on a grand-scale, I feel so desolate, hope for me becomes a distant dream. The people around me but part of my twisted imagination, my existence turns bleak at this point. thx for the song anyways.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Worth every second

When it picked up 1:20 the song really caught my attention. Your description ties to the piece quite well. Good job!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

A worthy Full 10

I really wish I hadn't read the description, now all I can think about is a terminal illness. But there is something else. My original thought is still there. A decent into shadow and despair.. A waiting... A Longinus to belong, maybe unconforming. There is an emptiness and I thought I slight hint of hope, something or someone can save them from this fate. That was before I read the description. But that is only my own interpretation. A good song. I still hold strong that the piano is one of the most expressive instruments know to man. Good work on this piece

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