Posted 2005-04-19, evaluated by djpretzel
Shariq joins Shnabubula's previous track in offering up some mixage of Soule's Evermore score. Of the source material, the Halls of Collosia theme, Darkesword writes:
"...it was a very atmospheric track, with not much more than a continuous line and embellishing wind phrases. There wasn't much to it (hence the shortness of my mix). I altered the wind embellishments to make a catchier hook, and tried to bring out a strong melodic theme in this piece."
Mucho woodwind work over a running harp line, a moving bassline, a mix of delicate jazzy drums and orchestral percussion, both breathy choral pads and more realistic choir patches, and perhaps most conspicuosly a brisk tempo and swaying, 7/4 time signature. Very filmy texture that reminds me at least during the intro of the (excellent) soundtrack to Sneakers. This is a short piece, basically says what it has to say - even works in a key change - and then exits. Given the source material, a sub-three minute excursion of this nature that manages to be as varied as it does is impressive. The overall vibe is icy, swift, crystalline, and transitive; short but sweet arranging that's par for the course from Mr. Ansari.
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Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Primary Game:
Secret of Evermore (Square, 1995, SNES)
Music by Jeremy Soule, Julian Soule
- "Greek Temple"
- New Age
- 3,371,137 bytes
- Size: 3,371,137 bytes
- MD5 Checksum: bf6c21553254a2f32912e87fb9c66d08
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