Gipping but repetitive
the melody blends well with the harmony and the whole song has a very gloomy and awsome mood to it, but its repetitive as hell :P. awsome song nontheless!
Good review : D
Wow, just wow, really, thanks for putting this on, it's a really good piece. I'm glad I've found another piano song I can add to my favorites.
I like how it sounds like it was specifically made for a sad scene. So, thanks for submitting it.
This song is just so emotional. I never thought I'd find tracks of this callibre on NewGrounds, but I did. This is simply amazing.
Also, would you mind if I used this song in my non-commercial RPG Maker game?
You would get full credit as it's author. I hope you keep making wonderful music like this. Thank you so very much for this piece.
Thank you for your words
I would also be honored to be integrated into your game.
I too have grown quite tiresome of passing off film score as classical
Keep an eye on me if you enjoy this, there may be a few more in coming months
good improvisation, needs more variety
While the performance is nice and aesthetically pleasing to listen to (perfect for background music), the composition itself is very repetitive and could definitely use a change of direction. I got a bit tired of the I - VII - VI chord progression after about 40-45 seconds into the piece, but then it just kept going. I think a modulation, or expansion of chord choices would help give this piece more direction and movement. Again, I really enjoyed listening to the piece and think it's a great start, but it sounded more like an improvisation than a complete score. I hope my words don't come across as discouraging...I wouldn't have written such a lengthy review had I not found enjoyment in listening to it repeatedly while writing these words :)
Thank you for the review.
First off I would like to say as you mentioned I did write and intended this piece to be background music as if someone who was emotionally destroyed wondered.
Second I do have plans of taking this piece further by fixing mistakes and making additions. I recorded this in one take and felt that leaving the chord progression would suit.
Thank you again
I will take your criticism into consideration
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.