Wow, thanks! i should add that the Chants are from an old him by Philip Hayes in 1786, which makes it public domain I think :p Anyway, either way that was cool, you're the first person on here to use something I made for something like this, would love to hear more!
Would love to do more, I will message you :)
hey, I recognise that music :p Thanks dude :)
Anytime dude! Credit receives where credit is due :)
I enjoyed how it soured through multiple styles without compromising the flow of the track, if that makes any sense:p nicely done, will have to check out more of your stuff now!
Not even 30 seconds in and I could tell this was going to be brilliant, as soon as the violin/cello started you had me well and truly hooked,thanks!
Very nice! Well executed and the atmosphere seriously soothing :)
Hey dude, I came to your music through V-Revolticon... nice to meet another Audio Newgrounder, this is quite a nice piece, looking forward to hearing more!
Thanks a bunch, monkeycat! That's a pretty interesting pseudonym you've got there. :D Glad to hear that you enjoy the music, and I will definitely check out your repertoire soon. Mad props to V for being so awesome, too.
I see that you've been uploading audio since 2005, the same year we both joined the Newgrounds ranks. I was making music long before then, but didn't actually submit anything here until 2011, and by that time I had a ton of tracks that I could share. And the rest, as they say, is history.
Hope you like what you hear as you continue to listen, and thanks again for the quick review! Catch you on the flip side.
This is definitely going on my list of tunes to learn on the piano! Well done!
Wow, that was unusual but well done, good job!
That was freakin awesome, thanks for this :)
Been listening to you tracks for a few months now and I'm loving them, very original feel. i liked this as much as Heaven, hope you do a few more versions!
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