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Symphony No. 16 Op. 24

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This is a different one for me. Influences from John Williams. I really don't know what it's about, honestly. I just made this because I was inspired, and I was drinking a nice Hefeweizen while writing the second movement xD. I hope you enjoy this piece inspired by mostly John Williams and Beer.


Incredible =^w^=

A amazing piece of work :D but it does indeed sound like there are hints of John Williams in it as well as Jared Hudson but all in all its really well made.

sound like 10/10 to me :)


Rich sounding and full of power, this piece reminds me of a battle theme from a film I have seen (which the name of seems to have slipped my mind). Anyways, as I lisstened to this song, at first, the music built up, as if a war was about to ensue, due to the forces of right and wrong clashing into eachother's space. As both armies marched boldly to the edges of their battlefields. At about 2:31, the music changed into a darker sort of sound, as if each soldier fondly mentally bid farewell to their loved ones. As the music built up again. I imagined the leader on each side calling "Fire!", and, through the slaughtering of men, the battle quickly ended, rightdefeated wrong. But, not without many of their allies being mercilessly murdered in the fight. This song is completely astounding, and attention grabbing! If instruments could speak english, they would sound exactly like this!

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OrphenFire responds:

Thank you for the reviews (: I'm glad you enjoyed these melodies and I appreciate the in depth analysis of the music. I am pleased that someone out there is taking a liking to the art that I am crafting.

*Drops Jaw*

Oh.... my.... God... This is better than anything I've ever even thought of!! :'D

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4.37 / 5.00

Jun 3, 2011
1:48 AM EDT
File Info
10.7 MB
7 min 46 sec

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