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Identity

by Audio Arcturia

Amateur composition stemming from the darkest parts of the mind, to the brightest parts of the soul.
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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1. Intro
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2. Identity
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3. Age of Arcturia
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4. Apex
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5. Exertus
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6. Freeman's Legion
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7. Undefeated
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8. Sigma
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9. Find Your Courage
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10. Braver
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11. Hero
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12. Winter Love
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13. Affinity
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14. Symphonies of the Wind
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15. Moving Target (Remastered)
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16. Brave Ones
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17. Legacy
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18. Apoc
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While much of this can be heard from a unique perspective on the track "Intro and Monologue", Identity is the culmination of eight long years of composition without much knowledge of music theory or composition methods. The idea being that in all of us there is a unique identifier that we spend our entire lives searching for. For Grady Klein, the composer, this is it: a collection of favorites from the time spent self teaching and composing all in the hopes of one day composing for others.

In the end, the lesson ended up being a message for all amateur composers: Be and sound exactly how you want, for music with rules isn't worth listening to and it's certainly not worth writing.

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