Donations of last 30 days

Thank you very much for supporting this website. The following donors contributed to the donation goals. Total donations in this period: 224 EUR. With a donation from 2 euros you can leave your name, a link and a greeting up to 160 characters.
Date Name Amount
Aug/09 Mud Lake Films

Thanks for all the work that has gone into this service!

50.00 €
Aug/04 Mad Dog Studio

Guys, you are doing a great job! I use some of the music for personal videos. I hope more people will donate to your great efforts and music!

50.00 €
Aug/06 White Raven Studios

We are so thankful for this website! Thank you for all that you do.

20.00 €
Aug/04 Anonymous 20.00 €
Jul/25 Trafojer Andreas 20.00 €
Aug/06 Anonymous 15.00 €
Aug/05 Danivek

:)

10.00 €
Aug/05 jflgray

Much thanks for your varied musical scores. Used for family videos.

10.00 €
Aug/03 Mr Chris Hislop 10.00 €
Jul/19 Jonas Schupp 10.00 €
Aug/09 Stabitha Cru'ktfinger

Thank you for this! You're gonna make my baby podcast sound awesome. The Goblin Fabulist, if you're interested, working on E1 now :)

5.00 €
Aug/03 Pixel Dev 4.00 €

Free Classical music

A simple new funeral march; atypical in the fleeting moments of triumph.<BR>
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A small section of Danse Macabre that features the basses, cellos, and violas each taking one beat out of the measure with a triplet. Light melody on the top.
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A newer piano variation on Wagner's Bridal Chorus. It leaves out some of the less familiar middle section, and changes up a few chords while retaining the melody.
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Bach. Among the most complex fugues ever written.
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Harpists, by nature, are solitary people who love horses. Getting harpists to play fast together and contour a melodic line is neigh-on impossible. So we have to give all the...
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Piano, percussion, strings, woodwinds, electronics.
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Broad minor chords moving slowly in parallel. Reminds me of Holst.
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This is Gymnopedie #1 from Erik Satie (1888), but it has a beat and you can dance to it.
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Bach's 3-part invention with a hip beat and bass. The notes are all Bach's, but are not all in the correct order.<BR>
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Percussion, guitars, bass, electronics, brass, strings The ever redoubtable honeybee. Quiet and unassuming goes about simply gathering pollen and in turn maintains the vast pyramid of life on our planet....
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The classic "here come the bride" piece written by Wagner for the opera Lohengrin. This is about as traditional a performance as you can get.
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Light and airy, with a bit of a march going on. Parallel chords and Ravel-like crescendo.
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"Yak-Sized Piece of Grit That Flew Into My Eye, Causing 15 Seconds of Painful Disorientation" for oboe and pianoforte. Calm in beginning, then disorientation, with a textbook resolve.<BR>
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