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For Now, Goodbye (Improv) For Now, Goodbye (Improv)

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is a great comeback song for coming back after a rough time. :)

Glad you were able to stay with us, blaze.

Welcome home.


BlazingDragon responds:

Glad to be back my friend! Thank you very much. :D


Afternoon Blues (Improv) Afternoon Blues (Improv)

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Just gonna vote it a 5 and not make a story for it....cause you know, you and I both know that you're just awesome like that. :D


BlazingDragon responds:

Lol, thanks man! :D


(CHS) Zelda: Forged Stone (CHS) Zelda: Forged Stone

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Finally! Damn!
Still playin Phantasy Star I see.


ChaosDragon004 responds:

Yeah, I'm waiting for the English version. I hope it gets here soon, no telling though.


Stone Tower Temple Andertxuman Stone Tower Temple Andertxuman

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Everything's good 'cept for that hiccup around 1:54.



Mechanical Mayhem Mechanical Mayhem

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Jeeez Dragon.
Took ya awhile to upload stuff.
'Sup? :D


ChaosDragon004 responds:

I've just been playing Phantasy Star maan. :) I have been working on stuff but I can't put the game down. I was kind of waiting all this time for it to come out lol. I'll keep working on more songs though and try to get them out sooner.


Lament of a Rusty Heart Lament of a Rusty Heart

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome!
Ingame name is TrueWolf



As I look into the Black As I look into the Black

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I'm sorry....this is one of those pieces that I can't write a story to.

The fact that it's raw music because of your Grandmother's suffering makes it unbearable just to think about it. The feeling of death is truly a mystery for all of us. Do we really suffer, or are we calmly passing away, knowing that another place is waiting for us to embark on, rather a new life?

This piece is the true manifestation of working through sweat and tears.

Kudos to you, Mr. Dragon.


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BlazingDragon responds:

When this life comes to an end, does the soul continue on, or are do we cease to be? The former seems more logical to me, but doubts creep in amidst the death of loved ones. I think that everyone has some degree of doubt, no matter how strong their conviction is. Still, I believe the soul goes on...

Regardless of what happens after death, it is becoming apparent to me that appreciating life and the present is invaluable. Everyone dies, and that is a fact that we all must come to terms with. This has led me to think that we should change the stigma surrounding death. Instead of just mourning, why can't we joyfully remember and celebrate the lives of the departed? I think that it should be a bittersweet occasion.

Ultimately, I'm thankful to have been with my grandma for all these years. That sentiment overrides the sadness in the end.

Thank you for your review.


Yearning Yearning

Rated 5 / 5 stars

The young man had an awful looking apartment, located downtown. He had never finished college, and is living similar to a hermit within his own home. No job, no money, and bottles of alcoholic drinks littered the floor.

While he was on his computer, wasting away his life, he looked outside and saw a beautiful woman, about his age. Blue, wavy hair, a great complexion, it was as if God himself had placed the perfect woman right before this man's eyes.

As he looked upon the young woman, she started to communicate with her other friends. "Communicate.." he thought. He had to communicate....That was it. That was his answer.

He turned away from the window, turned off his computer, took a long shower, in which he hadn't for weeks, and for the first time for at least a month, he walked out of his apartment, "Yearning" for the desire that was placed before him...

Another story for the Dragon of the Blaze! How's it going?


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magnificat12 responds:

Not what I would have imagined, but that story fits! It's very descriptive. Also, bonus points for proper grammar and good style!

The story made me smile. It's amazing how woman's beauty can turn a sloth into a productive, hygienic man, eh? :p

Anywho, I'm doing well! One of my pieces was used in a game on Cartoon Network, and I just wrote music for a really good short film. I also joined a rock/blues band as keyboardist and will start doing paid gigs soon. So lots of exciting things are happening! By the way, I just listened to Colorful Love. I didn't know that you uploaded any music, and that piece was really good! You should make some more and let me know. After the number of reviews that you've left me, I would love to throw one your direction.

(This is BlazingDragon, btw. Magnificat12 is my brother's vacant account that I use to upload short loops, old work, etc)


Mural OST - Drifting Mural OST - Drifting

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Let's see what we got!

A boy walks through a plain field, enticed by the scenery around him. The deer galloping about, the birds chirping, it felt as if he was in Heaven. It was a place he'd dream of staying in for years to come.As he keeps walking along, he sees a cliff, and notices a sight to behold...A waterfall. But it was no ordinary waterfall; it was flowing with colors of every kind. This mesmerized the boy as he stared with delight.
As he saw this and more, something was occurring before him. Everything within his vision started to blur, and he was becoming a bit afraid. That was when he had awoken from his slumber. A little annoyed, he noticed it was time for another day of school, and he wished that for once more, he can fall asleep and start "Drifting" away toward the all too familiar fantasy.

(Phew) Long time no speak! How's it going Blaze?


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BlazingDragon responds:

Hey Wolf! Thanks for yet another wondrous story. Your reviews are always a delight to read. :D

Your story reminds me of some dreams that I've had. There was one in which I composed the most beautiful piece of music that I've ever heard. It was music carrying such emotional intensity that tears streamed down my face and my entire body trembled, almost as if divine inspiration was being channeled into me. Then everything went wrong. The music faded and cacophonous noise tore through the air like thunder. It was my alarm clock, and I frantically struggled to remember the fading masterwork as my conscious mind took over. It was gone. Such a terrible feeling. :(

I've had a dream like that on numerous occasions as if I am being taunted with indescribable beauty just beyond my grasp. Like the boy waking from paradise to a mundane world of school...sigh...But I'll unlock that potential one day. I come a little closer with each composition.

Thanks again for the review!

PS. I'm doing great by the way. My first year of college just came to an end and summer is sweet.


String Improv String Improv

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Its good.

Seems like you're really strong in the classical genre. This peace is good for the ear. It also could be good because of your experience with the bass clef on the piano. What i think you can do is bring it out a little bit more. For me, it felt like you were strong, but you held back a little.

Still receives a great score, so you're still in the clear. :)
9/10
5/5


BlazingDragon responds:

I don't venture much outside of the classical realm honestly. Your comment about the bass clef is a little confusing to me. Do you mean that I should have more going on in the bass?

Thanks for the thoughtful input. :)