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Reviews for "A City Eternal"

I am always certain that if you want to compose a piece, you need imagination in your mind. Your thoughts need to be resourceful with plenty of fantastic fancy ideas. For me, music is meaningless if there is no vision. You will feel it 'dry' if it lacks concepts. Why am I chirping all this? Just because all movements in this piece are 100% illustrious of the imagination provided in the link. I wasn't distracted nor felt astray as it was continuously flowing and growing. I was interpreting it even visually. Bravo for this beautiful share and well done bro. Am speechless now!

samulis responds:

Thanks a ton for the review, Emid! I am so glad the imagery of the music worked, at least for you. :DDD

You should try something like this if you ever have time, even if its just a few minutes. Probably the most fun I have ever had writing a piece!

I want to thank you man, Ive been working on a book for the last year and a half here but i couldnt get back into vibe I had going. Thanks to your song Ive managed to sit back down and start writing again. Love the piece.

samulis responds:

Wow! I'm so thrilled to hear that. That's exactly the reason why I write music... in hope of inspiring others. :)

Good luck!

astounding :3

samulis responds:

Thanks. :)

This feels very cohesive to me, even though the movements are distinct (and even separated by long pauses). I never felt that I was jumping from one piece to an unrelated other; it was all bound together. The use of "Taps" was interesting to me also. Usually that is associated with sadness, but in this context it felt more majestic than sad.

samulis responds:

The taps movement actually made a few people in the room cry. It is probably my favorite part of the piece.

Thanks for the review!

It's great i love it :D this is very high quality stuff :P

samulis responds:

Thanks dude. One of my favorite works. :)