Quiet solo piano in 3 parts with additional percussion bit adding in more and more to the end. My normal "feels" that are used to classify pieces are largely inadequate for this piece, as are the genres. In other words... I have no idea what this is.
Theme for the special agent you wouldn't hire for anything
Ridiculously funky jazzy trip hop track.
Darkly plodding, this staccato piano piece is the tense setting for the classic silent film scene: the heroine is tied to the train tracks, the steam engine train plugging along towards her. The chug-a-chug feel is maintained by a tense hammering of the chords in triplets, depicting machinery or chaos set in motion without an end in sight.
Piano fanfare. Short piece, but lasts long enough for you Hero introduction!
A piece in two parts. Slow piano intro, and then a giant power section at 1 minute 50 seconds in. Written for an animation piece.
Simple polyrhythms in a very small piece. Get it? Small!? Epsilon!?? Yeah... no worries. The fifth of a series.
Solo Piano. Playful and dreamy with a sense of soaring open skies. Have 3 main parts written in classical style. Extended license include Sibelius sheet music. Photo by Catalin Sandru on Unsplash. [130bpm / Cmaj]
This piece is also pretty loud - it has some traditional chordal structures. Considerable pedal at times makes the piece murkier than the others. The second of a series.
Atonal, sure... but almost in the key of C... or C-sharp. No traditional harmonics, fast paced - but measured. The fourth of a series.
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