Similar music to Grand Canyon by Claus Appel
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An alternative version to the epic track “Rise Again”. Less orchestra in this one. Still very melodic, interesting and mysterious.
Welcome to the lobby of the FUTURE! Luxurious automatic ashtrays, and modern green vinyl furnishings set off the shag carpeted walls. Enjoy a Rusty Nail from our cheerful bar staff (with a complimentary cheese and fruit plate before 5pm). We feature prime rib dinners every day that ends in a "y"! Remember to tip the bellhops at least 5 cents per bag. Enjoy your stay! This was written 2 years before it was published, because I didn't have a good enough upright bass sample to make it go.
A modern epic piece with hints of medieval times. Fits well in your epic medieval exploration game!
The best of two worlds! A melodic atmospheric rock part and some heavier stuff towards the end.
Calm, relaxing ambient corporate track featuring light ambient synths.
A relaxing melodic improvised rock piece! Perfect as a backing soundtrack, or just to practice your own guitar solos. Chord progression is very “Pink Floyd”-ish.
Secret Garden is a mystical piano piece with a growing ensemble throughout the song. Interesting melodies, but the piece itself won’t steal too much attention. Right before the 2 minute mark the tempo increases.
A piece of music from a more elegant time, 1940. This is a beautiful slow piece that will make you want to pick up some champagne and go off slow dancing with people... or penguins. I like penguins. And now some searchable words: Big Band. 1940s. Forties. Formal Party. Penguin Slow Dance. No Whammies. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
A humorous piano piece! No surprises, but speeding up towards the abrupt ending.
While not quite a sonatina - it is closer than anything else. Forte violin with nice double stops.
I have no idea how to classify this song. It’s mostly piano, but with cinematic elements and a drum kit. It kinda goes under the musical genre, and it would work really well in a theatrical play, or as an outro to something.
Very melodic piece with rock elements after the intro. It’s perfect for dramatic content, or drone shot, or dramatic drone shots….?
This piece stars a super-low bass line that physically unnerves. The bells and other melodies offer enough complexity to offset the simple repetitive lines.
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!"