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Some beautiful rural americana-type music. I mean, just listen to that! It is an 8 piece ensemble, and everyone is playing a lot of notes, yet it remains so simple. Okay, the violins aren't playing that many notes... had to pick up the 2nd violin off the waiver wires, and there wasn't enough time to get her up to speed on the offense for this piece. So we made an executive decision, and kept things simple. We should still be able to get some good yardage here, and hope to win on defense.
Rich, cynical people. We all know them, and they are definitely listening to this song while they’re being rich and cynical
How bustling do Gnomish villages get? I imagine not more bustling than this. If I were a gnome.... out there bustling my butt every day, this would be my soundtrack.
If the title doesn't say it... The sound was accomplished by recording a piano, doubling the recording and pitching one down almost an octave while pitching the other up almost an octave. What the heck. I'll put it in the Children category.
A collision of musical traditions put together in an epic theme.
Almost straight-up reggae, but with a Chinese folk violin in it. Can we just agree it's probably the only time in history it's been done?
Just yer basic 12-bar blues. Guitar courtesy Brett Van Donsel. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
A happy little discordant march with a catchy melody.
rugged midtempo hip hop instrumental with a bit of Wu-Tang swagger...
J. S. Bach's 3-part invention that I hacked together for music for a "stuffy aristocratic dinner party". Of all the Sinfonias, I think this works the best for that.
1960s club-style jazz. This pairs well with the White Russian cocktail and a Lucky Strike. Also pretty decent for establishing shots, and anything sci-fi that has a retro party.
I say! It is such a lovely brisk day! Aren't the horses lovely? I mean... look at all the horseness they have! They are scoring quite high on the horse-o-meters today! Nothing bovine on this street, Nay! ... ... ... Wait... I was trying to make a joke involving a horse's "neigh" combined with the archaic positive/negative usage of "nay". Then everything went wrong, and I said almost the opposite of the intention. So, without the joke: Picture a street where the only animals are the horsiest of horses... No cows or pigs. Okay, there are two dogs... but one of them is pretty small... and you can see a cat in one of the windows... but MOSTLY horses. If you added up the weights of all the non-horse, non-humans in the picture, they would weigh less than one horse.