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Radiarc – Lonely Breeze | Orchestral

As a total change of pace from the dark atmospheric or the epic orchestral music Radiarc is known for, this relaxing, charming, I’d even say “romantic” track is making us feel right inside a beautiful and serene garden in heaven filled with all kinds of flowers… and with Breezies, too! The track is in fact a challenge from OrchestralDesign and I can say that Radiarc has overreached it!

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A Symphony Of Two – El Bocadillo De Queso | Latin Orchestral

We don’t often get tracks paying much tribute to Cheese Sandwich, and this one does it just right! While staying true to the Orchestral roots of the Fellowship, the song progresses into a more lively and upbeat mood full of Latin Music influence, truly fitting well the personality of the party pony that is Cheese Sandwich. And it is no wonder that the title translates to “The Cheese Sandwich”!

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Frozen Night – Day of Spring | Epic Ethnic Orchestral

Once again reflecting perfectly the depth and emotion that Frozen Night’s music uses to evoke, this new release from the upcoming EP is a delight. Epic, subtle, powerful, and incredibly enthralling, the song takes us deep in a forest of sounds and the instruments are cutting through the soul just like the sunlight of this Day of Spring is streaming through the trees to create an awe-inspiring scenery.

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Daniel Ingram – Luna’s Future (feat. Aloma Steele) (Jyc Row 2017 edit) | Orchestral

The blessing bestowed upon us that is the S6 masterpiece Luna’s Future has just been given an additional tribute from maestro Jyc Row in the form of an edit of his Orchestral remix of the song back in 2016. Also intended as a subscribers special, the updated mighty rearrangement full of emotional strings and epic choruses doesn’t fail to pay homage to Daniel Ingram and Aloma Steele‘s collaboration, bringing an intense mood from a powerful instrumental and sublimating Aloma Steele’s gorgeous vocals once more.

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Elias Frost – Stories Vol. I | Folk / Orchestral

NB: This was originally posted on Equestria Daily on 12 April 2017

Elias Frost has a pretty big treat for those who like folk-style orchestral music! His new EP ‘Stories Vol. 1′ has just released, featuring a number of tracks that tell a symphonic story of Princess Platinum. There’s some lovely variety, with some more uplifting pieces, as well as ones that are obviously a lot more folk-y oriented. A couple of them, Royal Duty and Party At Puddinghead’s have already been featured before so may be recognisable, but there’s a bunch of new stuff here too. Give the EP video a listen, and check it out on Elias’ bandcamp!

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Blue Note – The Call Of The Wilds | Orchestral

An impressive masterpiece from Blue Note, this full-fledged symphony tells the story of an imagined journey through Equestria (more details on the story in the description) and every movement does a mighty job at conveying the mood of the moment and of the place the journey is at. The video even features awesome art that Blue Note made for the story, and the thumbnail of the video features the route of the journey that has been imagined realistically and traced on the official map of Equestria. Overall this story-empowered progressive experience is a powerful and complete fanon extension of the show and it is always so awesome to get in this community.

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Mane In Green – A Special Friend | Orchestral

A Special piece for A Special Friend, Mane In Green’s new release is a wonderful token of the Magic of Friendship and what makes our community so unique. Many works of art in the community and even group projects have been made toward friends in the past, but it’s always a delight to see no matter the medium, and it’s like we can “hear” the feelings from this tender Orchestral instrumental.

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CainbowRrash – Relaxing Sunny Day | Soundtrack

CainbowRrash always creates such unique tracks full of sweet ideas, and this new release blends in both acoustic and electric guitars, trumpet, and even piano for a wonderful result that is as soothing as it is delivering a very enjoyable OST vibe. This sounds straight from the OST of a J-RPG, and that is big for me to say considering how much I’m a fan! The progression of the track and the addition of all those instruments and melodies are truly making for a delightful treat, and it is perfect for a Relaxing Sunny Day.