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Minimalist-type piece. Great for background music in dark and creepy environments.
Melody in the bass. Dark, but still energetic.
Simple little background lute piece. This piece is available in a full uncompressed version here. It is also available as a part of a larger download of similar themed music here.
Double Basses and glockenspiel - with some cellos thrown in. Dark, dark, dark! This bit got removed from a soundtrack I recorded. I still like it!
Several wind instruments play lilting melodies that are slow and meander through the piece, sometimes bordering on being slightly out of tune. The calm music has an edge of solemnity about it. The ever-present acoustic guitar is methodical and resembles a pulse ? it exists but is forgotten, except when the guitar draws out the length of a note.
Relaxing piano impromptu! Great as background music when you don't want the music to steal too much attention.
An unfinished trio in 2 main parts. A piece like this can serve multiple purposes.
That sort of "I'm kind of 'ok', but I'm still standing out in the rain feel". Pretty depressing for being in a major key.
Impromptu. Bright and cheery, but never bubbly. It does change up into minor for a bit.
C major with a minor IV chord. Light background music that can serve so many purposes!
A simple little slow trio for use in such things that require a slow jazz trio. Modulates at the midpoint.
Tasteful version of the classic religious piece.
We all need sadness sometimes. I have a sadness Loot-Box subscription. This month, I got some get-well cards for babies, wilted iceberg lettuce, a 1999 Gateway laptop, 3 popped balloons, and a die-hard Montreal Expos fan. The service ships everything in an empty box of wine with a broken spigot.
Written by Gustav Holst, 1921; Arranged by Kevin MacLeod 2006. Originally published in a hymnbook - this piece took readily to the WWII retrospective type of arrangement.