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Mountain of the Goddess

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Feb 8, 2014 | 12:54 AM EST
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9.3 MB
4 min 5 sec
4.06 / 5.00

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Rated 4.06 / 5 stars
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Project: Cuintha II

100's of years ago, during an age when Cuintha wasn't in its prime, the land suffered from a severe draught which had no end in sight. So one of the 3 goddesses protecting the planet had to do what noone else could.

She used a large fragment of her powers to create a mountain that blasted its way so high into the sky that it went far above the clouds, she then used another fragment of her powers to elevate and flew up the mountain with great speed which was a cold and intense journey. When she reached the top, she took in the beautiful view before she did what had to be done, she used the remains of her powers to turn herself into a statue which produced and still produces to this day an endless amount of water which rains eternally down from the edge of the cliff and down to the now revitalized ocean.

An enormous waterfall had been created and it was named after her in honour of her sacrifice to save Cuintha. It was called the ''Waterfall of Zenita''.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I've listened to a good portion of your songs, Dan, and I must say, every single one of them perfectly images how I would feel, and what I would probably hear, if I were in the places described. You truly are a very talented musician. Just listening to this track alone, makes me feel as if I were traversing an extremely huge mountain that was two times as large as Mt. Everest.

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DanJohansen responds:

Excellent! Glad you enjoy my tracks man and I am eternally grateful for the support :) Thanks a ton man. Makes me boosted to continue giving.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Well, you definitely captured the sound of an adventure. My first impression was that it could be in a film about pirates.

DanJohansen responds:

Glad you enjoyed it!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

What's this, you have an album on Amazon!
Well looks like I'm about to spend 9 dollars.

Also great song dude, it's nice to listen to calming and chill music like this when I can't sleep at night.

DanJohansen responds:

Appreciate the support man! Thanks for the purchase. And yeah, Chill symphonic music with a focus on melodies is something I really dig to do. Glad it is enjoyed!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very well done. I love your VST's bruddah,


DanJohansen responds:

'Preciate it bro! Nice VST's indeed, but know that there are not any loops or anything remotely connected to loops in my music, every piece I release has been constructed note for note and adjusted carefully.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Simply astounding. It's surprisingly peaceful, and at the same time evokes a feeling of having a mission to follow through with. In essence, the music tells as much, if not more of, a story as the description. Another wonderful peace that fits easily with the theme you've built for Cuintha. I thoroughly enjoyed the piano bit at the end, and I loved the little bit with the flute...thing...there at the end. It summed up the story nicely. I only wished those bagpipes were a little more dynamic though, they just didn't sound real to me, or at least, they sounded a little muted in my opinion.

The Man Who Calls Himself Deth

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DanJohansen responds:

Thanks for the review dude, glad you enjoyed it! Was epic creating this piece and fun as well.