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 Piano music

Opening theme I wrote for Nosferatu. Striking chord structure. Sweet melody.
03:44
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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...
02:00
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A little feeling of take five. But it's not like that, you just mean it.
01:13
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I hesitate to assign a 'feel' to this because it is so exotic. It uses a 19 semitone scale which does not repeat at the octave. There are 9 semitones...
03:08
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Piano fanfare. Short piece, but lasts long enough for you Hero introduction!
00:25
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Piano, guitars, percussion, dirt, shadows Cool theme for sci-fi, crime or suspense short
02:21
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James Scott composition.
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Whilst learning to waltz, I noticed that the music wasn't flowing exactly with the explanations of how to move - so I fixed it. This piece overemphasizes the first beat...
06:25
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Piano, muted brass, strings, percussion The wheels of subversive heavy industry are grinding through the details. High rollers, high stakes, life and death decisions. Deals hammered out in back alleys...
01:28
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Piano, strings, electronic percussion Happy, meditative underscore for story intro or video sequence.
01:56
2792      51    9    01:56
This is Gymnopedie #1 from Erik Satie (1888), but it has a beat and you can dance to it.
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Simple polyrhythms in a very small piece. Get it? Small!? Epsilon!?? Yeah... no worries. The fifth of a series.
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Just a light piano piece for linking scenes.<BR>
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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.
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