This brass quintet arrangement builds off of Uematsu's quirky "Djose Temple." Using syncopation and odd harmonies to expand on the strangeness of the original, this track ramps up the tension of exploring Djose's Cloister of Trials.
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Wow, what an album! The Slovak National Symphony Orchestra, combined with Eric's vibrant orchestrations, bring to life a most thrilling rendition of Ocarina of Time. There is plenty of power and epic orchestration to satisfy those Ganon-lovers. The gorgeous 'smaller' moments of interplay between two instruments, where the giant wall of sound disperses and creates a more delicate mood, is incredible. Amazing work! Joel Hands-Otte
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The sequel we didn't deserve.
This album is a masterpiece of scene setting through sound design. I love every second of this album, and I'm so glad it's continuing the story from where the last one left off.
My only criticism - and please mind this is only personal preference - is that Oath to Order needed a little more "oath to order." The main motif wasn't as present as it felt like it should have been.
But honestly I can overlook that considering how you did so much justice to the themes of all of these songs.
Thank you Theophany. Dash62g