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... Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Original Soundtrack Soundtrack album by Kumi Tanioka Released August 20, 2003 (2003-08-20) Length Disc one - 6622 Disc two - 6516 Label Pony Canyon Producer ... Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles A Musical Journey was a European promotional album which was given alongside the game on March 11, 2004 if the game had been pre-ordered ... Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Original Soundtrack was well received Daniel Space of RPGFan praised it, saying that "the music is fun, extremely well ...
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“But I owe something to Vincent, and that is, in the consciousness of having been useful to him, the confirmation of my own original ideas about painting. And also, at difficult moments, the remembrance that one finds others unhappier than oneself.”
—Paul Gauguin (18481903)
“Opinionated writing is always the most difficult ... simply because it involves retaining in the cold morning-after crystal of the printed word the burning flow of molten feeling.”
—Gavin Lyall (b. 1932)
“Our medieval historians who prefer to rely as much as possible on official documents because the chronicles are unreliable, fall thereby into an occasionally dangerous error. The documents tell us little about the difference in tone which separates us from those times; they let us forget the fervent pathos of medieval life.”
—Johan Huizinga (18721945)