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(PC-98) 東方 Touhou Unplugged/Classic 205

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Published on Jan 20, 2011

Titles: Sealed Sword
Alice in Wonderland (from 3:20)

Artist: Rei
Circle: オリエンス (Oriens)
Album: Ancient Treasures
Original: the Grimoire of Alice & 不思議の国のアリス (Alice in Wonderland)

So finally, after a lot of time I've found a Grimoire of Alice arrange that blew my shoes off and just had to share it with everyone.

Rei is an artist that has developed quite a bit from his previous albums in other events, in the beginning I'll admit that his orchestral arrangements weren't all that amazing, they had some nice spinoffs here and there but over all they were "generic orchestral arrangement of X theme".
But as time went on and Rei's compositions skills grew, his songs got better and better, without doubt. It's at the point that it doesn't really matter anymore if he uses synth or not, imho. Like for example the choirs, well they certainly aren't Morrigan level (I doubt anyone can beat those, so not point even trying) but they without doubt can create atmosphere and have a nice ring to them.

I'm not kidding here, that Alice in Wonderland arrange is one of the most epic arranges I've heard, and not to mention Grimoire of Alice.
I think it fits perfectly in the settings itself, I was thinking actually, Alice has an awful lot of themes doesn't she? Actually she's probably the character with most themes in the whole franchise, not that I'm complaining, each of them have their own hint hint of spice in them.

The only real qualms I have about this album is the length of some tracks, would it have killed Rei to make them a bit longer?
Regardless, let us all thank him for this amazing piece of art.

As always thanks for watching!

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