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Oct 24, 2006 | 8:01 PM EDT
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3.8 MB
4 min 7 sec
4.09 / 5.00

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Rated 4.09 / 5 stars
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Levoctus meets Ruth. There is a heart inside after all, and I sound like an idiot.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


you don't sound like an idiot,you type like an idiot ;)



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Love your work

I can honestly say you are one of my favorite artists. Partly because you are well rounded, like me as far as my tastes in music go. You deserve something big. and I really liked the irish parts you snipped in there, though around 2:00-2:20 it just didn't really sound right.
Still doin a great job, keep it up.
-The Bravo Fox


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Ok. Cool... Sorta.

No criticism since this isn't really my genre anyway. Heavy Metal. Nice tweak on my ears though. Can't say i dislike it. Flutes n' junk were okz, once again not my style. Whatever this was good, don't care how big an asshole anyone else is. :X o_O


Bosa responds:

I like your style. You're my new role model.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

On a good note.

Decent work. In enjoyed it. loved the pipes.

Bosa responds:

Thanks, I had a goal to make an average track to listen to before you go to work.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Some words of advice

I have to admit that my jaw dropped a little when I read your response to Edn's review below, and saw you tell him to "go back to Newgrounds Piano Songs". What the hell kind of arrogant and elitist attitude is that?

In fact, Edn made some real valid points that you should integrate in your style, rather than using your style as an excuse. There's no need to be elitist about it, music "meant to surprise and change the mood of the listener" has been composed and specialized in by many people, like Ravel, Stravinsky, Bartok, Shostakovich, Scriabin. Gershwin's "Rhapsody in blue". All better than you.

What they do differently is that they manage to add surprise, mood change, suspense etc WHILST keeping the composition in motion. You break up the song for every mood change, and believe it or not, that actually decreases the surprise element.

So listening to some of your other stuff, I decided that you are a promising composer, but you - and everyone here, including myself - will only ever become excellent if they acknowledge the fact that they're just promising amateurs who still have a lot to learn.

That said, the individual bits are nice, some better than others. Bagpipes are a nice touch, though it's painfully obvious they're not real, without the note sustenance. I like the shrieking dissonance of them just before the flute part. Unfortunately that flute is out of tune which makes me cringe throughout that part, while it is actually the most ingeniously written. Shame...
Didn't care much for the legatoed string section bits, too Titanic-y, but that may be just me.

4/5 and some words I hope you consider.