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Remember when you went on summer holiday to your Auntie's house outside Nether Wallop in Hampshire while your parents went to Cyprus to broker a secret deal with the Ottoman Empire? Remember the times in the Magic Garden? This piece of music is more "Magic Garden" than "Inter-Empire Diplomacy".
Talk wistfully about the past. Talk hopefully about the future. Talk about your hopes and fears. Talk about your neighborhood watch lady. Talk about your chill tracks!
A short piece to accompany your futuristic setting! Originally written for a 2D platform game. Very easy to loop!
Ok, I might be crying a little bit. But it is understandable... I went to a party store, and I saw all the colorful balloons with happy sayings on them like "Get Well" and "Feel Better" and "A Hug for You"... I just started thinking how the helium will all be gone one day. Just gone... we won't get it back, and it took millions of years of radioactive decay to get the helium we have now... and... *sniff* we just don't have millions more years to wait for more. They're wasting helium in balloons... how can I possibly "Feel Better"!?
I love sipping lemonade by the lake when a storm approaches. I love walking through apple orchards in the fall. I love the squeak of minivan tires being dragged onto the flatbed truck of the repo man. Memories of simpler times... so wonderful.
Comedic "hard thinking" music. Chances are you won't need the entire piece if you are making a film. I made it so you can cut it up into different sounding sections of various seriousness. If you're using it for a video game, everything flows together well, or you could loop sections that work best.
More melodic than most of the pieces presented here - can be distracting, or can be just what you're looking for. Famous from the Sad Fairy Dress-up game.
Opus 40; Number 9. Written 1878. Recorded 2005.
It's always easier making the scene transition smooth and interesting when adding a piece of music between the shots. That's what this piece is for. You want to shut off the previous scene, and greet the new one. A great example of this is the show "Friends", where I have taken a lot of inspiration for my own stings. What kind of music you use between scenes isn't even that important, as long as you have something engaging and exciting that will help your audience understand that "the previous scene is now over, welcome to the new one!"
Building hopeful piece. Supported piano solo.
A melodic piano piece improvised from beginning to end. There’s actually a lot of diversity in this song even though it sounds quite similar all the way. I’m thinking nature content or traveling. But a piece like this can be used almost anywhere.
Floaty! Ethereal! Useful for dream sequences. Or those montages of sad people standing in the rain.