This is the most famous section of Danse Macabre, and features a very nice violin line.
Remember that time you were lost in the woods and you were visited by the clan of centaurs, and they were super suspicious of you, but decided to take you back to their settlement anyway? It never happened! That was a screen memory! There are no centaurs, and they wouldn't live in forest settlements! That was an alien abduction. The aliens planted the memory of the forest centaurs so your brain wouldn't implode with the knowledge of trans-dimensional beings... such as themselves. And... unrelated, but... what comes to mind when you think about the smell of wet cardboard and Sriracha?
This piece is dramatic and very dynamic; in the beginning and towards the end the music is soft and tender, but it is punctuated by aggressive changes in volume and minor chords throughout. This piece could work well to depict grief, as the emotions and feelings are similarly mercurial. Composed by Erik Satie.
A giant cavernous mix of pipe organ and classical choir. German.
Several feel, tempo, and instrumentation changes throughout this orchestral piece.
Written by Saint Saens in 1874. This is a quite well known and epic piece of music.
Very airy and eerie. Based off of a feel of Holst's 'Neptune'. Mysterious, dreamy and interesting!
Theme for a 1980's-esque prime time TV melodrama.
The first two minutes contain many changes and shifts in tone - all intense. The final minute is a collection of all that came before, ending in a pulse-quickening finale. This is music for an action film, or a scene that begins with tremulous anxiety and ends in a big way.
An unfinished trio in 2 main parts. A piece like this can serve multiple purposes.
I wrote this one December 27th, 2009 mainly for fun. It is a sweeping quiet piece until the past bit where is opens up a bit. At 2:06, there is an oddly supported line with a 2+ octave gap between the melody and the supporting bass. At 2:28, the gap is filled triumphantly... It ends with a hollow dominant in 5 octaves, followed by a lush resolution.
Major feel change at 1:15. It loses the highly disjointed theme, and takes on a smoother note.
Just the final part of Tchaikovsky's piece with giant percussion and synths.
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