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Back in her own home, Eva contemplates the side she is on. After being struck by her mother to drive some 'sense' into her - she floats down to the barracks and orders her army to gather and fly for Vimana. She walks commandingly through the taking off shuttles as she approaches her own and lifts off for Vimana.

Also used for fight scene between her and Ashwatthama the invincible warrior - where she makes easy work of him using her Sword of Shiva - but only because he is also busy saving the people of Vimana from the shuttle attacks whilst she attacks him. Something which she comes to regret later on reflection, and gives him back his arms while he's unconscious in the dead of night - the arms she sliced off him.

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man, such a warm, rich string patch. Beautiful chord progression. I Enjoyed it!

Thanks Sean, appreciate the feedback

All the best

Good stuff man !  It's almos as if you're incapable of writing boring music :D .  I'm assuming you've already heard the film music of Johnny Greenwood ? He also utilizes stricts to remarkable effects.

Thanks Sahir,

And I don't recall his name so will be checking it out soon, thanks!

Sahir Haider said:

Good stuff man !  It's almos as if you're incapable of writing boring music :D .  I'm assuming you've already heard the film music of Johnny Greenwood ? He also utilizes stricts to remarkable effects.

Greenwood is Radiohead's guitarist.

Tarun Prajapat said:

Thanks Sahir,

And I don't recall his name so will be checking it out soon, thanks!

Sahir Haider said:

Good stuff man !  It's almos as if you're incapable of writing boring music :D .  I'm assuming you've already heard the film music of Johnny Greenwood ? He also utilizes stricts to remarkable effects.

Thanks! Will check him out!

Sahir Haider said:

Greenwood is Radiohead's guitarist.

Tarun Prajapat said:

Thanks Sahir,

And I don't recall his name so will be checking it out soon, thanks!

Sahir Haider said:

Good stuff man !  It's almos as if you're incapable of writing boring music :D .  I'm assuming you've already heard the film music of Johnny Greenwood ? He also utilizes stricts to remarkable effects.

Another great piece, Tarun.

My main crit is you have to do something about the ending. It just breaks off at 2'27". There has to be something very big you can finish with, something sustained and maybe crecscendoing if there's enough headroom, with the rhythm pounding away underneath until a final bash then the chord above hangs on for just a second....However, if the intention is to blend it with a new episode of the screenplay, please disregard this remark.

As the piece opened I thought this was never dark enough for Kali, the power she represents but it does invoke struggle and the story you tell.

At 1'24" you replace the sustained opening with an energetic, ominous rhythmic figure and from there until the end it darkens all right, and how. Chilling, it was an accomplished transition from start to finish.

The production is fine, the instrumentation and balance. If I may say so, typically in a style that seems to be emerging in what you've posted thus far: shortish episodes blending by skilful manipulation of the motifs. 

Geat.

All good wishes,

Dane.

Hi Dane,

Very much appreciate your detailed feedback! I should have mentioned this was an unfinished score, as I got what I needed from this and made haste writing. But I will certainly be taking your advice when I get round to rounding off this piece. Yesterday's upload "Eva's Sacrifice" may live up to accomplishing a part of what you said. And I will be posting the ending score today which has a semi-climatic finish that suggests hope.

All the best!

Dane Aubrun said:

Another great piece, Tarun.

My main crit is you have to do something about the ending. It just breaks off at 2'27". There has to be something very big you can finish with, something sustained and maybe crecscendoing if there's enough headroom, with the rhythm pounding away underneath until a final bash then the chord above hangs on for just a second....However, if the intention is to blend it with a new episode of the screenplay, please disregard this remark.

As the piece opened I thought this was never dark enough for Kali, the power she represents but it does invoke struggle and the story you tell.

At 1'24" you replace the sustained opening with an energetic, ominous rhythmic figure and from there until the end it darkens all right, and how. Chilling, it was an accomplished transition from start to finish.

The production is fine, the instrumentation and balance. If I may say so, typically in a style that seems to be emerging in what you've posted thus far: shortish episodes blending by skilful manipulation of the motifs. 

Geat.

All good wishes,

Dane.

Hi Tarun,

In this, as in your other works here, I see some compositional skill. You're good at creating ambiance, your chord choices seem appropriate to the music, and you have in general what strikes me as a somewhat New Age feel. There is somewhat across your pieces a quality of same-ness, which makes me wonder how much of it I would enjoy listening to before becoming less interested in it -

Best,

Gav

Hi Gav,

Thank you for your feedback, it's very coherent and useful. As these scores were made for the same story/book, I tried to maintain an 'identity' amongst these pieces. I am hoping my other works will vary to my listeners satisfaction!

All the best

Gav Brown said:

Hi Tarun,

In this, as in your other works here, I see some compositional skill. You're good at creating ambiance, your chord choices seem appropriate to the music, and you have in general what strikes me as a somewhat New Age feel. There is somewhat across your pieces a quality of same-ness, which makes me wonder how much of it I would enjoy listening to before becoming less interested in it -

Best,

Gav

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