Similar music to Stöðvar by Alexander Nakarada
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A piece of music from a more elegant time, 1940. This is a beautiful slow piece that will make you want to pick up some champagne and go off slow dancing with people... or penguins. I like penguins. And now some searchable words: Big Band. 1940s. Forties. Formal Party. Penguin Slow Dance. No Whammies. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
We've all been there... wandering through an impenetrable forest, half dead with 2 arrows sticking out of your leg. And yet we continue - because it is probably good for the narrative. Then hope! Oh thank the old gods and the new!! An unmapped settlement of woodland inhabitants takes you in and brings you back from the brink of certain death. You don't even care that it is a scurry of giant squirrels that came to the rescue, or that the healing soup they give you is largely acorn-based, and vomit-inducing. Pastoral and beautiful. The download comes with a loop for if you never want the feeling to end.
A humorous piano piece! No surprises, but speeding up towards the abrupt ending.
Start off as a slow emotional piano piece with hints of the orchestra. Goes into a emotional phase towards the end. Written for a children’s theater and used during the point of hopelessness right before the protagonist actually started to resolve the problems and aiming towards the happy ending.
Based on the two exploring rovers Spirit and Opportunity. Two rovers that has seen the beauty and the cruelty of the Red Planet. Spirit stayed active until 2010 and Opportunity might still be alive. A piece that starts of dramatic, but goes into a very epic, sci-fi synthesized part towards the end.
Crank it up, ladies and gentlemen! Come on! Let's go! You know HOW TO CRANK! Let's go clockwise! Like... clockwise from the top - not the bottom. Grab it from the top. Either hand. It doesn't matter. Now CRANK IT! Crank it. ...like how a clock moves. The other way. If you take the part farthest from you and move it to the right... Counter-widdershins? You know what, it doesn't really need to be cranked.
A really dark viking-inspired track. One key, lots of percussive elements and choir. If you don’t know what the Blood Eagle ritual is, look it up. Its both horrific and really, really awesome. Little trick: play this song while you read about it for enhanced experience.
Melodic-based music inspired by the Sarod music of northern India. Uncompressed WAV files are available here with extra bonus material.
"Desperation" is a very effective track for dramatic content. The tempo signature is so far out I'm not even able to count it. It is however a very beautiful piece, that will engage your audience in mysterious way. Use this in the scene that you want your audience to remember.
I have no idea how to classify this song. It’s mostly piano, but with cinematic elements and a drum kit. It kinda goes under the musical genre, and it would work really well in a theatrical play, or as an outro to something.
Very melodic piece with rock elements after the intro. It’s perfect for dramatic content, or drone shot, or dramatic drone shots….?
A relatively relaxing and cheerful ballad. Originally written for a vocalist, so this is perfect for adding vocals to. Goes from very calm to kind of groovy towards the end, and more orchestral parts added as it progresses.