Here we go again; another set of five improvisations inspired by entertainment media. Years from now, looking back at all of them, I wonder what I’ll be able to remember. Probably that I had a really hard time deciding what to write in the excerpts.
This is the release of the Beyond Skyrim: Bruma OST, composed by myself and João Guerra.
I do like the number five, and it’s the only other number for which I have any particular fondness or dislike. Which means now I can carry on with these compilations without worrying about them being crap or too hard to top. Five has to be better than four, you see.
I’ve never liked the number four. So, it’s fitting that the improvisations this time around are the weakest they’ve been so far. Take that, number four.
Chrono Trigger’s gameplay in a snow-covered world with Final Fantasy X’s story and a solo piano soundtrack strongly reminiscent of classic SNES titles. Sure, why not.
Seems this may be becoming a regular thing for me. I suppose you could make the argument that music kept private is with little purpose, even if we’re only talking about improvisations.
© Raniel Dan MMXXII.