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Intimate sneaking around sort of music. Many breaks and hits allow for re-editing to suit the scene.
Mysterious cinematic piece with a touch of humor.
From the album “Fjörður”. A celtic-inspired piece, with lots of melody and diversity. This is perfect background music for most things. Melodic fantasy music like this has a very soothing effect on people. Very effective to engage your audience. No person in the world hates this kind of music.
Alexander Nakarada Cinematic Contemporary Experimental Folk Metal
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Starts of with acoustic guitar and a very interesting chord progression with lovely melodies. After about 1,5 minute everything takes of, and becomes a very cinematic metal piece with fantastic melodies inspired by some of the greatest Scandinavian metal bands. The last part is also really cool. I hope you get there. Parts can be excluded if you only want parts of the song.
We’ve plundered enough for today. Now we feast!A viking/celtic piece with much tension. Even though it’s sort of beautiful it’s still very dark and creepy. Probably because when the feast begins it’s a lot of joy and fun, but the hell breaks loose again tomorrow…
Sometimes I make music that MIGHT fit the local club, if the DJ is drunk and in my family. “Dance” is a melodic EDM piece with many different parts. You can easily cut out the parts you like, and don’t like. Or just enjoy the whole track!"
Starts of as a really mysterious piece. More rhythmic and exciting layers added towards the end. Even managed to introduce some rockin’ guitars at the end.
You know when you watch a vampire movie and then you walk out into the real world, but you're still sort of in the fictional world because it looked like the real world... and that's where you are now. I call this Persistence of Fiction, and it feels awesome! Capture some fiction by playing this track while walking to the bus... er the Vampire Bus! or waiting in line at the Vampire DMV or sorting Vampire Direct Mail Ads or doing some Vampire Macrame.
You threw a golf ball at me. But I saw that coming, so I had a tennis racquet handy. Then you threw a running chainsaw at me. But I saw it coming, so I had a plexiglass safety cage handy. I see that rabid ferret behind your back... I’ll be in the car.
A very joyful and happy classical piece with a melodic touch. Can be used for most things. At least parts of it. Originally written for theater.