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This is essentially an ambient track with a slow, steady drum groove and bass guitar added to it. Soft, slowly strummed guitar chords also join in after a while. The track has a sense of deep movement, inner peace and calm, and at the same time something momentous, epic and timeless. Perhaps the stillness of outer space, an underwater adventure or a sleeping giant?

6. Koloss 03:03

This is essentially an ambient track with a slow, steady drum groove and bass guitar added to it. Soft, slowly strummed guitar chords also join in after a while. The track has a sense of deep movement, inner peace and calm, and at the same time something momentous, epic and timeless. Perhaps the stillness of outer space, an underwater adventure or a sleeping giant?

7. I am yours 03:21

A warm and delicate ambient, pop crossover with a smooth, easy-going, warm and subtle mood. A repeating electric piano pattern is joined by light drums, bass, soft guitar notes and dreamy pads. Great for things like underwater footage, soft advertising, commercials, dreamland, warm ambient footage etc. - as well as for thoughtful drama, introspection, love and comfort. Heartwarming.

A warm and delicate ambient, pop crossover with a smooth, easy-going, warm and subtle mood. A repeating electric piano pattern is joined by light drums, bass, soft guitar notes and dreamy pads. Great for things like underwater footage, soft advertising, commercials, dreamland, warm ambient footage etc. - as well as for thoughtful drama, introspection, love and comfort. Heartwarming.

The well-known "Wiegenlied" by Johannes Brahms in a jazzy version played by acoustic guitars. Have sweet dreams. Johannes Brahms composed his lullaby in July 1868 in Bonn and dedicated it to Bertha Faber, née Porubszky, on the occasion of the birth of her second son "to always happy use". Brahms had met Bertha Porubszky, a native of Vienna, in 1859, when she became a member of the women's choir he led at the age of seventeen during a stay in Hamburg.

5 tracks, not registered with a PRO
4 tracks, registered with a PRO


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