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An oboe and a snare drum dance a tantalizing number with the whimsical plucks of a string quartet. The staccato nature of the music suggests walking on tiptoes, while the nasal notes of the oboe flits about almost imperceptibly. In the final minute, the string quartet plays a simple rhythm, before the oboe and snare drum crescendo to the finale.
Quite a broad piece. Could be used for corporate films of intricate industrial processes, or a flashback scene to the time at the lake a few summers ago. Maybe good background to your cousin's magic show at the last family reunion. Or a film where you do "industrial processes" at the "lake" with your "cousin". It is really quite versatile! You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
Loopable happy light fluffy piece with bright flutes and a bunch of pizzicato strings. You can download an uncompressed WAV format of this piece here (in a lot of tempos)!
Energizing and uplifting!
Intimate sneaking around sort of music. Many breaks and hits allow for re-editing to suit the scene.
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!
Simple, easy-to-play folk-influenced tune in the D Dorian mode (related to D Minor).
You threw a golf ball at me. But I saw that coming, so I had a tennis racquet handy. Then you threw a running chainsaw at me. But I saw it coming, so I had a plexiglass safety cage handy. I see that rabid ferret behind your back... I’ll be in the car.
Middle of the road sort of medieval music... Also good when not travelling on a road. This piece is available in a full uncompressed version here. It is also available as a part of a larger download of similar themed music here.
When I do music based on folk traditions, I tend to name them after cities. Like this one: Shenyang. It is a little village of 8 million people that I've somehow never heard of. Oh sure, I've heard the name, but I don't associate it with anything specific. Chicago: Hot Dogs. Amsterdam: Offensively tall Dutch. Moscow: "Stop a Douchebag". Shenyang: No clue. How did I miss this city?? You already know if you need this piece, it has a more satisfying low-end than actual real Chinese music, and it should fit in with your modern productions well.
Simple I-V-V-I staccato piano duet.
This is the most famous section of Danse Macabre, and features a very nice violin line.