Posted 2007-08-28, evaluated by djpretzel
にほんのリミックスすごいです!! It's great to see more Japanese artists submitting their works here. As some of you may have noticed, we've begun adding some Japanese content, where available, to the site, including Japanese names of game consoles as well as composers. This was facilitated by a recent shift to UTF-8 encoding, which lets us use extended character sets, including kanji, hiragana, and katakana (as well as Cyrillic, as you may have noticed with our last mix) - we're also working on translating our mission, standards, and content policy so that hopefully we can start seeing even more global submissions come in. It's a lot of work, and even though we haven't been posting too awful frequently I can assure you that I've been pouring hours and hours into development to enable these changes. When submissions are as good as this solo piano arrangement from newcomer zohar, there's a lot of impetus. The ReMixer writes:
"This is a solo piano arrangement after "wind scene" in Chrono Trigger. I played a digital piano and recorded using VSTi (Ivory). Host Application is SONAR LE. Sorry... poor English..."
Ivory is the most esteemed sample playback piano currently on the market, so while zohar's English might not be the best in the world (it certainly beats my Japanese), his samples in this case are top notch. Samples alone won't cut the mustard, however, especially in a solo instrumental, where performance is key. Thankfully, this is a lush, flowing, mellow, beautiful, even virtuosic performance of an equally stellar arrangement. There's literally not a single note I would move, the timing and dynamics are so refined. The Wind Scene theme is a dramatic and emotional composition to begin with, but zohar has taken things further with a piece that is extremely intimate and warm. Production is pristine - nothing gets in the way, sonically, of enjoying the artist perform. It's a very exciting time for the site to see more attention from the land of the rising sun, and hopefully our efforts to further internationalize things will help this trend continue. Enjoy zohar's piece for what it is, however - beautiful music - which transcends both language and nationality.
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Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Primary Game:
Chrono Trigger (Square, 1995, SNES)
Music by Nobuo Uematsu, Noriko Matsueda, Yasunori Mitsuda
- "Yearnings of the Wind"
- Arrangement > Solo
- 5,176,059 bytes
- Size: 5,176,059 bytes
- MD5 Checksum: c3e54a70c5a73c1e550e942236f6c05c
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