Many choirs in a slow-moving ethereal progression.
Super comedy action sequence. You'll know if you need this. This piece is available in a full uncompressed version here. The download contains each section individually as well.
Mysterious cinematic piece with a touch of humor.
This epic 41-minute relaxing juggernaut is a continually changing yet always pleasant piece. How pleasant? Very, very pleasant. You can just put this one on and drift away to the imagined utopian land of your choosing! Suitable for day-spa background music, dental office calming music, very long form landscape or train videos, governmental intake and processing videos. The uncompressed download does not contain separate files, just the one big 650 meg wav file. You can download this in uncompressed format here.
Spooky piece, slow moving in 2 parts written for 4 percussionists. Second movement starts at 2:30.
Dark electronic music, with much harmony and coolness.
How can you tell if a piece of music is intended to be comedic? Pizzicato strings and a bass clarinet! This piece has it all! Pizzicato strings? Check! Bass clarinet? You bet! Throw in some staccato high winds and you got yourself a great comedic piece! Going out on a date and want to appear more entertaining? Bring a bass clarinet! Bass clarinet players I think also get discounts at T.G.I.Fridays; Double bonus!
The Year: Future Year. The planet has been ravaged by desertification... that apparently no one saw coming... Not sure how that happened, I mean Jeez! Anyone ever hear of a little disaster called "The Aral Sea"? That seriously screwed up... like... everything. I guess the dam is supposed to help, but I'm seriously not holding my breath. Oh. Industrial-sounding music.
Haunting noises and a tribal drum permeate this eclectic soundscape, and just before the first minute is up demonic breathy noises give way to a chilling silence before the return of the pounding drum. Caution: Very bass heavy.
Every generation has its masterpiece; Bach's Brandenburg Concertos, Beethoven's 9th Symphony, Rossini's "William Tell". This is such a piece. For nearly one minute, "Farting Around" will transport you to a new world. A world of unadulterated joy. A world of pure farts.
Is it a real Gregorian Chant? Nope. For one - there are no real words in it. Honestly, I don't want a religious exaltation mucking up my fantasy world. So if you're building a historically accurate "Monk Simulator: Year of Our Lord 882!", just move on. The other reason this isn't real is I never learned how to read that notation. There are insufficient sticks for the rhythms in the notation... I know, there is a real convention that you can learn. I just grabbed a few pieces of the sheet music from the 1200s, and guessed at how to do it. Sounds reasonable enough to me! (says the guy who knows virtually nothing about the art)
Sort of cartoonish, and yet sort of dark. I couldn't decide the tempo, so I posted a slower and faster version of the piece.
Horror. Much creepy. Better watch out!
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