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A epic, happy and uplifting fanfare, for whenever accomplishment is present. There is absolute no negative emotions in this piece, and it can be placed whenever good things happen.
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African inspired piece performed by a orchestra. This is one of my own personal favorites. It’s very harmonic and full of melody. After about one minute it goes into super-happy-mode. Takes a quick turn at about 2:10 where it get a bit more serious and dark. Happy ending, though!
An epic hero has arrived. Notice has been given.
One of the first song I ever published. It’s very long and doesn’t have too much variety. Mostly a piano piece with some rock drums. I imagine walking alone over the snowy mountains. The nature is amazing, but it’s really dangerous and suspenseful. But then again, I’m Norwegian…This definitely counts as “epic piano”
A really dark viking-inspired track. One key, lots of percussive elements and choir. If you don’t know what the Blood Eagle ritual is, look it up. Its both horrific and really, really awesome. Little trick: play this song while you read about it for enhanced experience.
Crank it up, ladies and gentlemen! Come on! Let's go! You know HOW TO CRANK! Let's go clockwise! Like... clockwise from the top - not the bottom. Grab it from the top. Either hand. It doesn't matter. Now CRANK IT! Crank it. ...like how a clock moves. The other way. If you take the part farthest from you and move it to the right... Counter-widdershins? You know what, it doesn't really need to be cranked.
Based on the two exploring rovers Spirit and Opportunity. Two rovers that has seen the beauty and the cruelty of the Red Planet. Spirit stayed active until 2010 and Opportunity might still be alive. A piece that starts of dramatic, but goes into a very epic, sci-fi synthesized part towards the end.
Melodic-based music inspired by the Sarod music of northern India. Uncompressed WAV files are available here with extra bonus material.
The melody for this piece is in the bass keys, while the high notes play a headache-splitting constant rhythm. At the one-minute mark the high-pitched notes drop several octaves to play a crunched staccato before returning to the previous theme. The last thirty seconds feature drawn out chords, and the tempo slows dramatically, ending with frustrated trills in both registers, signaling the demise of the villain.