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Add a dark intensity to any scene... Is there building action? Is there a clue? Is there a need for ambiguity?
Impromptu in C Major. Development takes its time.
Slow, deliberate piano solo - ending on a very satisfying Tierce de Picardie.
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Highly processed piano with lots of subtle synths and vocal effects. Grows in intensity after the 3 minute mark, then calms again.
Sad and smooth; Think 1950's detective film.
A slow waltz with a beautiful and haunting melody played mostly in the higher registers. A few notes were added to Satie?s composition to keep things interesting and give the music a more full sound, the music ends with a very dark chord. This music is sad and tragic, and could be used as accompaniment to a slow dance or an art house film. Composed by Erik Satie.
Delibes. I am astounded that there are so few recordings of this piece on the net... for a few reasons. 1. Everyone knows this piece (but nearly no one knows what it is called). 2. It is very easy to record (Pizzicato strings have been one of the few samples that have sounded "real" for a long time). 3. The composer is long dead and his stuff is in the Public Domain (Léo Delibes; 1891). And for some background... Sylvia is a 3-Act ballet first produced in 1876. I'm pretty certain this particular piece has nothing to do with the plot - or it wouldn't be called a "divertissement".
A piano version of the well-known Christmas theme! Just what you'd expect.
Gentle Electric Piano with a descending arpeggiated motive. The ending gradually slows.
Solo vintage electric piano. Not quite supernatural... more like surreal. Slow with descending arpeggios.
Bittersweet and somewhat dark; ends brightly on an open major chord. It's hard to put a mood on a piece that contains so many!
This piece is dramatic and very dynamic; in the beginning and towards the end the music is soft and tender, but it is punctuated by aggressive changes in volume and minor chords throughout. This piece could work well to depict grief, as the emotions and feelings are similarly mercurial. Composed by Erik Satie.