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Margaret Wolfe Hungerford is credited for stating in her novel Molly Bawn that “beauty is in the eye of the beholder,” even though there are earlier references that date as far back as the 3rd century BC (http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/beauty-is-in-the-eye-of-the-beholder.html). What the statement means is that beauty refers to that which is either attractive or pleasant to look at. It can be found everywhere and represent something different for everyone.


 

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5. Ways 04:58

The moment before, here tension is created in a different way, without pathos but very impressive, nevertheless sophisticated clear, hitting the point, useful for everything that deserves a good announcement. Soft arrpegiating analog synths with a steady pulse. Followed by atmospheric string layers with a hypnotic intention. It sounds all very visual and mysterious.

A beautiful and melodic China / Tibetan / Malaysian / Far Eastern Orient instrumental track. Romantic, pretty and evocative, featuring Java gong, Chinese temple flute and various other oriental instruments. Suitable for travel programs, documentaries as well as romance and idyllic imagery etc.

16. A Lucky Day 01:48

Positive and lively good mood pop with friendly whistled melodies, acoustic guitars and lively bells. Works well as companion for explanatory films and perfect days.

22. Betrunkener Kater 03:11

Funny jazz track with playful alto saxophone and clean e-guitar. The piece is swifty and humorous and has an ironical middle part. Perfect as a kids show intro, for a funny commercial or a sympathic explanation video.

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