Similar music to Midsummer Sky by Kevin MacLeod
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Title says it all! Light, simple, melodic. Emotional background music for your every needs!
Only notes from the very highest registers of the piano are used in this. It can cut through ambient noise and still provide a presence.
More contemplative than outright depressing. Tempo is highly variable, so don't count on it if you have to synch to something. I didn't know there was a tradition of writing for this instrumentation. It works very well.
Remember when you went on summer holiday to your Auntie's house outside Nether Wallop in Hampshire while your parents went to Cyprus to broker a secret deal with the Ottoman Empire? Remember the times in the Magic Garden? This piece of music is more "Magic Garden" than "Inter-Empire Diplomacy".
Ok, I might be crying a little bit. But it is understandable... I went to a party store, and I saw all the colorful balloons with happy sayings on them like "Get Well" and "Feel Better" and "A Hug for You"... I just started thinking how the helium will all be gone one day. Just gone... we won't get it back, and it took millions of years of radioactive decay to get the helium we have now... and... *sniff* we just don't have millions more years to wait for more. They're wasting helium in balloons... how can I possibly "Feel Better"!?
Scant few cellos and bassists play pizzicato under celesta, bells, and violins in this slow and careful piece. The extra string tag on the end is not intended as part of the piece, it is included for use stand-alone in foreshadowing in video editing.
More melodic than most of the pieces presented here - can be distracting, or can be just what you're looking for. Famous from the Sad Fairy Dress-up game.
This is sort of "Spooky Light". It is dark yet playful in a sense. Good for fairy tales or light tension building. It has several small arcs in it - but loops back to the begging.
Tchaikovsky's famous dance from the Nutcracker Suite.
Building hopeful piece. Supported piano solo.
Thin piece with surprising chordal structures in the second A section. Medieval touch. Unpredictable chords. A piece like this can serve so many purposes.
Solo new-age piano. Kinda sad, kinda hopeful. Piano background music that serves multiple purposes.
Smooth background music. Float-y feeling. Extremely mysterious, and positive and scary at the same time!
Double Basses and glockenspiel - with some cellos thrown in. Dark, dark, dark! This bit got removed from a soundtrack I recorded. I still like it!