|Release date||15 March 2004 (Update)|
|Unlock hint||This track was unlocked automatically.|
|Instruments||Piano, crystal, french horns, irish flute, flute, harpsichord, clarinet, violins, cello, contrabass|
|Composer||Ian Taylor, James Hannigan|
Autumn voyage has had three versions.
The first version (March 15, 2004) lasts just over 2 minutes. The first half of the song is in E minor and the second half is in C minor.
The second version (February 5, 2008) lasts 5 minutes and 39 seconds, and has three parts. The first part is the longest and has a 4/4 beat. The theme is played three times, first in E minor, then in C minor, then in A minor. Each time more ornaments and decoration are added. Then it enters a new theme in 3/4. Finally it replays the first theme in E minor, in 4/4.
The third, current version (July 22, 2013) replaces the second MIDI version with an arrangement done by James Hannigan instead of Ian Taylor. It has been shortened to 2 and a half minutes and does not have the 3/4 part.