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Imagine a centipede with a few bum knees, maybe just 20 or 30. Featuring staccato bowed basses, marimba, steel drums, acoustic guitar, trombone, trumpet, clarinet, mandolin, cellos and full orchestra.
March of the nurse bees - classical intro
With this classical background every Goodbye becomes a little easier
Piano, romantic chords, dreamy, with a strong central motif
Take your time, immerse yourself in the melody and the melancholy of this piano sound, very simple and straightforward, everything comes to rest
Romantic Piano track, dreamy and soft.
midtempo , strings , brass
Marimbas in a duet with xylos and bells, a wild ride through bizarre dripstone caves
The night before decision, big cinema with an even larger ensemble turns any mosquito into an elephant
Best of Classic - Mozart
Synth version of the Queens Sunday parade in Buckingham
delicate, pensive and soulful acoustic guitar piece
Wonderful piano improvisation. Ideas and chains of association, always positive and stimulating.
Best of Chamber music
Typical classic suspense, plucked strings in a duet with piano and viola, subtle and yet impressive
Classic epic poem, warm instrumentation, and with constantly changes, both in the melodies as well as in the arrangement
a little hopeless, a little melancholic, Italian sadness always seems friendly and yet somehow hopeful, pure piano pieces
A simple, heartening solo piano melody. Reflective, mellow, sparse and impressionistic. Sweet and romantic, yet also wistful and thoughtful. Perhaps a little clarity 'Through the Forest' of our busy, hustle-bustle lives? Or a child in need of help - this track has many potential media uses.
A softly tender solo piano piece. Touching, romantic and heartfelt, like saying goodbye or spending a quiet moment with a loved one. Think romance, a gentle promise of eternal love, or dearly held memories, perhaps loss or melancholy.
An eccentric duet with ukulele and tin whistle.