A Turn for the Worse

Kevin MacLeod

Made up of two thirty-second refrains, ?A Turn for the Worse? is deep and funereal, ringing of sorrow, grief, and death. In the first refrain, the violin lilts and meanders like the wail of a grieving widow, and at 0:35 the clarinet comes in, echoing the violin?s refrain in a dark call-and-response. The piano, cello, and accordion provide slow, mournful accompaniment, and in the first refrain, the tubular bells chime as if they were death?s final toll. Made up of two thirty-second refrains, ?A Turn for the Worse? is deep and funereal, ringing of sorrow, grief, and death. In the first refrain, the violin lilts and meanders like the wail of a grieving widow, and at 0:35 the clarinet comes in, echoing the violin?s refrain in a dark call-and-response. The piano, cello, and accordion provide slow, mournful accompaniment, and in the first refrain, the tubular bells chime as if they were death?s final toll.

  • License
    CC BY 4.0
  • ISRC
    not specified
  • Release
    January 1st, 2007
Made up of two thirty-second refrains, ?A Turn for the Worse? is deep and funereal, ringing of sorrow, grief, and death. In the first refrain, the violin lilts and meanders...
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