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The famous pawn. A decoy must put himself in danger to prevent worse. Eerie, mysterious and with an uncertain outcome. It's Crime Time.
slow, piano solo, easy listening, new classical music, background film music, soundtrack, serene, lanscape, melanchonic, nature, Einaudi style, Allevi style
Medieval meets House elements, distinctive and graceful at the same time
Very baroque, for special occasions
Great cinema - great feelings, rise into a new world, classic with class
Short intro in a classical style, Volga and Vodka
FULL Strings pattern for this orchestral track.Fit for Score,film OST,Drama,Military action scene or martal art.But in the middle its change in romantic environment.Timpani,misterious,scientific and Adventure.
Humorous mix of Pop and Classic, with a dominant piano hook.
Medieval circus atmosphere with imposters and jugglers in a marketplace, happy mood all over
An elegant chill-out version of the”Swan lake - Le lac des cygnes - Il lago” by Tchaikovsky
An unusual acid jazz version of “Aida-Triumphal March-Marcia trionfale” by Verdi, with saxes and synth bass
Melancholic and thoughtful - implemented appropriate for the occasion
Short and haunting intro in the classic style
Sweet and Heartfelt... Beautiful uplifting mid-tempo orchestral Hymn to one of Chinese children's most beloved pets... the Erhu plays the major part in bringing East and West together in joyful ambient and contemporary classical harmony... rises to a majestic climax before it mellows out in a dreamy, happy, sparkling way.
Opens with a stormy hurricane-like effect that sets off a serene heart pulse Chinese gong beat and a melancholic Erhu and violin theme carried along by timpani and clarinet to a very soft and fragile peak achieved by a faint Madison Square Garden crowd choir...a crying out for something or someone - or for celebration... with hope and belief inserted and inspired by a confident and courageous flute... all ending in a harmonious concert of new hope and peace
Strong Intro. Picturesque. Haunting harmonies... Multimoods: sad, then mysterious, then foreboding, then reluctantly triumphant seamlessly flowing... a hearty, modern sound... seems to constantly solidify the mood of a mix between 20th century music and ancient polyphonic church choir styles.
Commences with a beautiful, fragile Erhu note triggering a deep, pensive grand piano...classical orchestra fading in and out accompanying the Erhu in a kind of call-and-response as the Erhu blithely proceeds within its own thoughts along a journey in a clear quest for answers that remain elusive to the end.