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Reviews for "the Composer"

gives me a sense of peace and joyfulness.

This was just beautiful. It perfectly captures the life of the protagonist in The Composer. I love the pacing of it; going from somberness to a momentary escalation to the climax, and then the falling action back to square one. The piano just paints a vivid image with every key.

five stars isnt enough to rate this amazing piece of musical literature, how could techno replace such a great genre? I love modern clasical works like this, It always leaves me wanting more, and now Ive found more.(it was raining out to, and added to the dramatic ambience) this work will join a spot in my mind, along with Canon in D, as one of the best classical works of all time.

mother.. nah... i wont bring myself to you.. why... why do you feel this is only 4 stars? why? does it not reach as deep as shostakovich or tchaikovsky in your hearts? do you not feel the music dismember all that you are? the message is brief, yet it is poetic. it is that which one craves when all else is is naught. i dont care for "kumbaya"s but. whoever wrote this, whoever made this work the way it does. .. deserves the credit from all can identify with him/her. thank you brother. thank you, for providing us with an outing for our voices.. ps, reviewers that said "bullshit"... aint ya happy you can hide behind monitors? :)

Got this song in my studying playlist. Always gets me focused to do good work. Thanks for this piece Jazza :)