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A kinda depressing piano piece.. Usually when you think of spring, you’re thinking that brighter times are coming. The sun is showing up for the first time in a while, and people are generally happier. Unfortunately that’s not the case for Russia (I imagine).
The piano version of this song. Starts of very calm and relaxing and transcends into a big band blues piece. This is definitely one of my own personal piano favorites. It has a lot of different elements, and the song is in itself really interesting.
A modern epic piece with hints of medieval times. Fits well in your epic medieval exploration game!
Unsteady quaint day-in-the-park type theme.
How can you tell if a piece of music is intended to be comedic? Pizzicato strings and a bass clarinet! This piece has it all! Pizzicato strings? Check! Bass clarinet? You bet! Throw in some staccato high winds and you got yourself a great comedic piece! Going out on a date and want to appear more entertaining? Bring a bass clarinet! Bass clarinet players I think also get discounts at T.G.I.Fridays; Double bonus!
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.
The scene is set for a surreptitious heist or furtive affair. The fingered acoustic bass sounds woody and dark while playing against the light cymbals and the vibrant electric piano and trumpet. The individual instruments have a slight battle for dominance, but the persistence of the slick styled bass ultimately wins.
Jazzy! Gumshoe-y! Mystery-y! I suck at making adjectives. Who needs adjectives anyway! I'm fine without adjectives. How fine without adjectives, you may ask? I can't say - as that would require some sort of descriptor! And I don't need descriptors in my writings... Maybe one... tiny little... NO! What am I thinking!? I refuse! I've completely had it with adjectives! Hah! Adverbs work perfectly fine! Woohoo! Adverbs! And before I get mail... adjectives killed my family, so I can go off on them all I want.