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Title says it all! Light, simple, melodic. Emotional background music for your every needs!
Tight pizz string section, joined by a lone bassoon on the recapitulation.
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A recurring voice melody cascades over piano chords that sway in the breeze. Strings and horns then play the melody as the piano is slightly more forceful before settling again. It is suggestive of sadness, but with a sense of closure and peace.
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.
Alternate tuning is very apparent here, Deep voicing lends a very ominous quality. Sounds more like the mind of someone who is breaking.
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.
Beautiful dreamy piece that confuses times and spaces. You really just need to take a moment and listen to this one - because it is really cool. How cool? You should probably find out! There are a lot of extra synth things going on in it that are hidden in and amongst the piano, like one of those hidden picture books with 45 paperclips, but you can only ever see 7 of them. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
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 piano theme drives this, but it sometimes buried under unnerving textures. 7/4 time, rubato.
Slow and poignant, this piece is excellent for depicting childhood love, the swelling love of adolescence, or the tender caresses of old age. The simple, elegant melody is exceptionally suitable to weddings, faith services, or as a theme to a story of lasting love.
Is someone dying onscreen, but you still need some dialog so you can't go up against a solo oboe (the universal musical shorthand for death scenes)? We got this! Dark and moving, this piece will make you cry and not get in the way of those final bits of dialog! Also useful for sullen montage sequences of clergy activities. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
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"!?