Kevin MacLeod Contemporary Experimental Jazz Lounge/Relax Radio Drama
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Super laid-back chillin jazz hybrid piece. It has a sort of a tiki, spacey vibe. Available in 2 other versions (original, and elevator). This version cleanly loops.
Need this more or less peppy? Need a shorter version, or a looped version? You can Download that all here.
Comedy music. Yes, music itself can actually be funny.
You can download this in uncompressed format here! Download comes with choir, soloists, cello, and basses tracks.
A reflective piece with piano, guitar, simplified percussion, and subtle strings, this music is calm and comforting, like a good book and a hot cup of tea. The chord progressions are interesting and repeat often, which gives the piece a memorable quality.
Interesting piano solo with a repeated pedal in the right hand. Counterpoint on the final repeat.
Comedic and playful, this rag-time ditty has a strong melody, and is heavy in the bass chords. The second minute features flighty finger-work, as if an energetic bee is flying up and down the scales. The last thirty seconds is a refrain of the introduction, and the piece ends with an invigorating flourish.
Quick and flowing like water, the piano is warm and bright, perfect for a romantic comedy or tender interlude. The melody is sweet and repeated four times in different refrains. First at the main register, then an octave lower at 0:12. After the bridge interlude at 0:23, the melody resumes at 0:35, and at 0:49 plays in a higher register, then slows to the final arpeggiated resolve.
A low hum sets a dark and mysterious mood, but at 0:49 the orchestral strings, horns, and pounding drums begin, perfect as the background to the hero?s dilemma or impending battle scene. At 2:01 the music reaches a climax and builds into discordant, terrifying suspense. The ending, at 2:35, features a lone guitar and mournful vocals, depicting a great sadness and loss.
The good news is, you can take as long as you want to answer the final million dollar question! The bad news is that you have to listen to the synth horns until you're done. Very funky. Just some brass and a drum kit. No big changes throughout the song, which makes it perfect for background music.
Funky cinematic, grooving, something? Check out that bass line though.
Starts slow and builds to an ecstasy the likes of which are almost guaranteed to garner donations from your flock! Bonus track comes with a everything except the drums in case you need a smoother feel.
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