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Simple, calm, open piano impromptu.
Gritty Western feel with a touch of suspense.
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.
Rhythmically driven simple piece, high and sweet. Works with visuals where the audio shouldn't steal too much attention.
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.
A short piece for small orchestra. The flutes play off the bassoon well. The B section includes a pleasant string theme. This piece culminates in a nice, easy ending.
Clashing time signatures, but a cohesive piece.
Heavy strings play several chords before a violin enters with a sliding melody, in tandem with a woman?s voice and flute. The bass drums are barely perceptible, but accentuate the orchestra as the three melodic personalities float amongst the music. The music is full of wonder and power, and ends in a strong chord, evoking a connection with nature.
We reflect, we dream, we are born. We gather together, we smile, we eat potato salads. We remember, we invent, muddle mint for our mojitos. We greet, we listen, we appreciate NetFlix. We collect coins and stamps... for some reason. We mix up the names of our children with the names of our pets. We x-ray baggage... with X-RAYS! Those things are like 200keV! Each! Do you know what that does to people!? Hint: Not good things.
Music box with 2 ranks of tines, and one set of bells.
Beginning with beautiful symphonic chords accentuated by a glockenspiel, For The Fallen builds gently and with emotion. At the mid-point, marching drums build in and the music strikes a more serious tone, retaining its dramatic passion.
This piece has 3 major sections, all of which are large and violent.