Mostly inspired by great classical composer Frédéric François Chopin (who happens to be my favorite classical composer), Vylet displays the extent of his talent once again with a 2-hours piano improv telling the story of a lovestruck unicorn princess. Masterful and emotional piano play is backed up by beautiful strings, and the mellow track progresses into a besotted and intense climax much fitting to the theme.
Winter Depression is a soft yet intense progressive piece reflecting the theme so well. Icy piano echoing in the tundra, northern guitars delivering the power of the winter wind, and melodies telling a cold tale while lighting the fire to warm the heart…
An awesome cover this is. 🙂 Rockin’Brony did an awesome job covering Re:Make! I think its very well done and I personally really enjoy it! Its been awhile since we heared from Re:Make though, but It feels good to see that the Vibe is still so Alive! 😀 You can definitly feel it. Show some love everybody! ❤
Lunar Drift’s newest treat is a special one for us Prog Rock fans as it builds around a certain melody from Genesis’ Dancing with the Moonlit Knight (one of the most famous Prog Rock bands of all time that also happens to be my favorite). With much inspiration and passion, Lunar Drift crafted an intense, progressive, psychedelic (as fellow HMH writer Mordecai Mapper commented) piece, always delivering such amazing creativity with the use of rock instruments and electronic elements as well, and the whole track is such a delight of blissful sound!
Interpreting William Anderson‘s BGM from the episode, Mane In Green created a beautiful tribute to S07E12 Discordant Harmony. Covering that catchy melody sung by the “ginsing” tea bags, it adds so much with a masterful progression of different moods and Orchestral arrangements and accompaniments, to end with a mighty finale. A stunning and classy piece with a hint of madness, reflecting Fluttershy’s tea parties as well as what makes Discord be himself.
This is the kind of fan songs that I love to see the most. PEGAPONY meticulously crafted an amazing sonata in tribute to our beloved Princess of the Night, and the sheer quality of the result reflects the amount of passion that went through its creation, and is definitely much worthy of Luna. Melodic, gorgeous, and with a certain regal tone to it, the piece does sound like the kind of music a princess would appreciate in her room while drinking some prestigious red vine. A masterpiece full of feelings, this sonata is a wonderful token of passion and dedication!
Here’s a real treat and a masterpiece of a symphony that will blown you away! Rarity Advocate definitely has a lot of talent and an amazing musical vision that instills this piece with a lot of emotion. Masterfully crafted, it takes us for an intense journey of many colors as the progression of the symphony delivers many Orchestral and sometimes OST-like wonders.
Hot off the tail of the release of My Little Pony: The Movie, Jyc Row gives us a fantastic, theme for one of film’s villains, Tempest Shadow. Commanding strings and percussion paint a vivid painting of sound, perfectly capturing the dangerous mare that is Tempest. The track would fit well in an action scene in the Movie!
Ahoy! Jyc Row ‘ere be giving us a swashbuckling jig based on our favorite Captain’, Captain Celaeno from My Little Pony: The Movie. Rolling organs and flutes usher thoughts of the sea (or clouds in this Captain’s case) and adventure! Jyc Row perfectly capture’s the character’s confidence and awesome attitude.
Radiarc’s contribution to Ponies at Dawn Anthology is a haunting, melodic composition. It’s about Fluttershy’s realization that “I’m the monster”, and it conveys her regret perfect. A complex morass of sounds engulf the listener with their majestic coldness in this superb work.
Ghost is back! I’ve always loved Ghost’s compositions and how each track he makes has its own style and tells its own story. This piece starts off with some lovely acoustic guitar, moves into some sweeping string arpeggios, then suddenly strips back halfway through to an ambience that leads into a wailing electric guitar solo. This song is part of a double release with Strife, a darker post-rock piece infused with orchestral elements.