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This piece of music is the musical narration of the approaching death of the superstar Betelgeuse. Classified as a red supergiant of spectral type M1-2, Betelgeuse is one of the largest stars visible to the naked eye; imagined as being at the center of the Solar System, its surface would lie beyond the asteroid belt, it would engulf the orbits of Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, and possibly Jupiter.
Title says it all! Light, simple, melodic. Emotional background music for your every needs!
Deeply troubling and somber, this piece is heavy on the bass strings, especially in the last minute. The feel is very dark and funereal, and could be used to depict the beginning of the apocalypse.
Ceremonial. Circular. Changing seasons. Classical and contemporary
Only notes from the very highest registers of the piano are used in this. It can cut through ambient noise and still provide a presence.
Thriller and drama. You are crying, this isn't happening, it can't be real. You want them to leave.
A sad and romantic piece. Lots of harmonies and strings. Perfect for those sad scenes where you want your viewers to cry a couple of tears. This music will help you achieve that.
Improvised piano piece with melodies and harmonies mixed into an orchestral setting. Although piano is the main instruments, the orchestra fill in the gaps to make this an interesting piece. It works perfect with sad or emotional parts (with a touch of hope) in both games and videos.
Epic cinematic piece. Lots of emotions. Mysterious towards the end. Uses a lot of African percussion.
Mysterious epic piece with lots of cool percussive layers. It also carries a lot of suspense, and ends of big with a rock drum kit. Last part can be cut out if wanted.
Simple motive countered by several striking dissonances.
From the album “Beyond Earth”. And emotional piece with beautiful harmonies. African percussion and really smooth strings make me really enjoy this song. Last third of the song transcends into something very inspiring and motivational.
It is the future? It certainly sounds like it... What would I use this for? Probably a video game with non-action gameplay. Certainly a montage of some futuristic film... or maybe one of those sandwiched scenes where a person is walking in the rain, but you don't get any of the sounds of the actual rain... just this piece. No dialog, no voiceover, just walking. Do they have a name for those scenes? They must. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.