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Nach einem anstrengenden Arbeitstag sitzt die Bauersfamilie auf der Terrasse und genießt beim sommerlichen Sonnenuntergang die abendliche Brotzeit ...
I was looking for a subject to analogize the depth of my knowledge for the Chill Wave genre of music. Wikipedia was there for me with entire things that I didn't even know were things; Randle Cotgrave! Yeon Namgeon! Digital Mammographic Imaging! Rebelj, Serbia! In brief... I know nothing about Chill Wave. Hope you enjoy the fruits of ignorance!
Funky cinematic, grooving, something? Check out that bass line though.
Timeless, Piano, bewegt, Motivation
Not sure what this is... Reminds me of a 1940's film... maybe a musical? Jazz combo with Fluglehorn, EP improv in the middle.
The classic ragtime ditty of Scott Joplin, perfect for a silent film of whimsy and humor. The piece begins with a short intro, then plays the bouncy rhythm of with a bright plodding beat. At the end of the third minute, the pace quickens, and leads into a darker refrain, but the jolly melody returns for the finale.
A melodic rock/metal piece with a really weird time signature. That doesn’t stop it from being cool, though. Inspired by some of my favorite Dream Theater riffs. A piece like this can fit a lot of places when it comes to video. Kinda depressive, kinda dark, but still hopeful and beautiful.
Slow blues in 6/8. Tasty. This is what you'd expect when searching for "blues".
1950's era simple rock with tremolo lead guitar and vibraphone. Almost surf music.
Understated medieval-type piece. Loopable. An uncompressed version of this piece with bonus material is available here.
This is the music playing at the slightly-too-nice cafe - while you pretend to be rational while discussing who gets to keep which snakes in the divorce. I mean, the snakes don't really seem to care... they just hang out in the drawers most of the time. And you kind of really want to keep Alice, the piebald ball python... she's really photogenic, but she is kind of a jerk.
Floating and grounding, this piece has a lot of bass guts but still a lot of reach on the high end. Perfect for retrospectives, automobile time lapses, drunken frat parties (black and white), and studying montages. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.