Similar music to New Hero In Town by Kevin MacLeod
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Energizing and uplifting!
Happy, clappy arrangement worthy of a 6th grade band program.
Starts out slowly and accelerates as it builds. Different parts of this piece can be used for multiple purposes!
Rhythms are not copyrightable. Don't even start!
Mysterious cinematic piece with a touch of humor.
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!
Jazzy! Gumshoe-y! Mystery-y! I suck at making adjectives. Who needs adjectives anyway! I'm fine without adjectives. How fine without adjectives, you may ask? I can't say - as that would require some sort of descriptor! And I don't need descriptors in my writings... Maybe one... tiny little... NO! What am I thinking!? I refuse! I've completely had it with adjectives! Hah! Adverbs work perfectly fine! Woohoo! Adverbs! And before I get mail... adjectives killed my family, so I can go off on them all I want.
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.
Crank it up, ladies and gentlemen! Come on! Let's go! You know HOW TO CRANK! Let's go clockwise! Like... clockwise from the top - not the bottom. Grab it from the top. Either hand. It doesn't matter. Now CRANK IT! Crank it. ...like how a clock moves. The other way. If you take the part farthest from you and move it to the right... Counter-widdershins? You know what, it doesn't really need to be cranked.
This is the most famous section of Danse Macabre, and features a very nice violin line.
African-inspired lazy drum ensemble. Feel change in the middle; Tempo change near the end. Lots of polyrhythms. This piece exhibits some phantom notes athat you hear, but don't really exist. Hard to explain. Batu, Conga, Marimba, Agogo, Cowbell, Clave.
Simple I-V-V-I staccato piano duet.
The melody for this piece is in the bass keys, while the high notes play a headache-splitting constant rhythm. At the one-minute mark the high-pitched notes drop several octaves to play a crunched staccato before returning to the previous theme. The last thirty seconds feature drawn out chords, and the tempo slows dramatically, ending with frustrated trills in both registers, signaling the demise of the villain.