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After everything is said and done and you have time to look back, this piece unfolds like one's mind coming to terms with situations of gravity.
A beautiful piano-version of this legendary song totally destroyed at the end by heavy drums and distorted guitars
All the beauty, awe and calm majesty you can handle... without a permit or prescription medication. The download comes with a faster and slower bonus tempo as well as the original sketch on marimba that was used in making this piece! You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
What is this small red neighbor of ours? This mysterious tracks begins the journey that is the "Red Mystery" album. Join us!
Nice light little piece. Mallets and woodwinds!
Scant few cellos and bassists play pizzicato under celesta, bells, and violins in this slow and careful piece. The extra string tag on the end is not intended as part of the piece, it is included for use stand-alone in foreshadowing in video editing.
Just your average work-a-day upright walking bass line. Add reverb to taste. Noir!
A calm buy mysterious composition that uses Glockenspiel and Celesta throughout. French Horns and Bass intercede throughout to accompany the Glockenspiel and Celesta. Violin and Viola in the background throughout the piece.
Life is the source of mystical potential. Or it isn't. One of the two. If I had to bet... I would probably ask what those words mean. Even 'life' isn't simple. I don't think I could recognize what the first living thing was. It is like making a soup. Hot water? Not soup. Hot water with salt? Not soup. Add a potato? Still not soup. That's just a potato in hot salt water. At some point it becomes soup. Same with life. Bonus fact: Borscht was never soup. It is borscht.
Simple, calm, open piano impromptu.
6/8 piece with piano intro that leads into a sparse orchestral, and ends with piano again.
Winds, piano, and brass come in very late. The piece accelerates to the end.
This short piece is the accompaniment for the hero surreptitiously breaking into a corporation or headquarters. The reverberating congas, triangle, and synthesized percussion enhance the senses, while the bass guitar provides a strong groove. The strings raise in pitch, evoking a sense of building tension. High-pitched crescendo of strings at 0:45 is the climax of the suspense.
Minimal percussion gives a subtle edge to the smooth synth line.