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Very very good new age piano solo in a minor. You might think 6 minutes is a bit long, but it isn't. Played on a darkly voiced piano. This piece should in no way be offered for free.
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.
Tight pizz string section, joined by a lone bassoon on the recapitulation.
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A re-recording of an older piece of mine on a new sample set of a Steinway Model D. This one is tuned to Quarter Comma Meantone (and not standard Equal Temperament). In this piece, it gives an unerringly warm feel, as the notes that would be least in tune in this are never used.
Simple motive countered by several striking dissonances.
It is the future? It certainly sounds like it... What would I use this for? Probably a video game with non-action gameplay. Certainly a montage of some futuristic film... or maybe one of those sandwiched scenes where a person is walking in the rain, but you don't get any of the sounds of the actual rain... just this piece. No dialog, no voiceover, just walking. Do they have a name for those scenes? They must. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
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".
Talk wistfully about the past. Talk hopefully about the future. Talk about your hopes and fears. Talk about your neighborhood watch lady. Talk about your chill tracks!
Harp "duet"... where the harps never actually play together. Impromptu
Comedic "hard thinking" music. Chances are you won't need the entire piece if you are making a film. I made it so you can cut it up into different sounding sections of various seriousness. If you're using it for a video game, everything flows together well, or you could loop sections that work best.
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.
Opus 40; Number 9. Written 1878. Recorded 2005.
Tchaikovsky's famous dance from the Nutcracker Suite.