Similar music to Solitude Of An Era by Alexander Nakarada
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A humorous piano piece! No surprises, but speeding up towards the abrupt ending.
Well met, traveller! Come warm by my brazier... Is that a Djinn in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me? Hah! I have a joke with you! ...unless it is a djinn - then you must leave immediately! ...unless that would offend the djinn - then you must stay! ...unless the djinn is going to kill me - then you must leave immediately! ...unless it will save me from a fate worse than death - then you must stay! Oh good... it was an erection. Uncompressed download comes with a faster version.
Secret Garden is a mystical piano piece with a growing ensemble throughout the song. Interesting melodies, but the piece itself won’t steal too much attention. Right before the 2 minute mark the tempo increases.
Middle Eastern atmospheric, sort of chill. This piece is easy to loop.
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.
Ponderous and slightly creepy. These bells and brass instruments can either make your skin crawl, OR they will make you laugh.
Gimme a C; a bouncy C! Fun, quirky, off key off colour piece with a few different feels in the middle.
Duet Sheet Music
Duet Sheet Music
While not quite a sonatina - it is closer than anything else. Forte violin with nice double stops.
"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….?
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.
This piece stars a super-low bass line that physically unnerves. The bells and other melodies offer enough complexity to offset the simple repetitive lines.