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With elements of a quick Russian polka playing in the immigrant section of industrial-era New York City, this piece is mainly in a minor key, but at the halfway point changes to a major key, reversing the feel and tone for a few seconds, before reverting to the darkness of the minor key.
I'm a total fan of Stranger Things, which made me buy some old 80s synths and write this piece. As uncreative as I am I just called it "Saschas Things". It all started with this one melody, around which I then composed everything else. I don't know exactly why, but somehow a saxophone ended up in it, forgive me - but my wife thinks it's great :) I don't know if I hit the 80's 100%, but I like it somehow :D
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Dear music directors and music supervisors, You're welcome. How was this track never produced by anyone before? It is here now and available to license at a very reasonable fee. Cinematic piece with some pizzicato strings and a drum kit. No big changes. Perfect as background music!
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