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The kid of a politician - now a graduate. Ran a zoo, the family business, to build some cred, then got unfairly embroiled in a scandal. But this graduate won't be taken down so easily - even a canary can hold a peg. Featuring trumpet, tenor sax, piano, upright piano, and brushed drum set.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, bebop
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I was as right as I could be, to let you get away from me - I'll approve that move for as long as I'm living. And now you've come to see the light, us being apart is always right, so just say the word and tell me that I'm forgotten. This jazzy upbeat contrafact of Sérgio Mendes' "Never Gonna Let You Go" ("the most complex pop song of all time") features synthesizers, drum machine, and electric keys.
Topics: electronic, jazz, fusion
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It is a period of syncopated beats. Funky music, striking from the fingers of untold musicians, has won a great victory for music listeners everywhere. During the track, a trumpet will play a solo accompanied by keys, bass, and drums. Pursued by the downbeat, the trumpet is custodian of the funk that, well, it probably won't save the galaxy but hopefully you enjoy it anyway.
Topics: jazz, funk, improvisation, fusion
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Prayer for Ukraine - featuring clarinet.
Topics: clarinet, solo, improvisation
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If you're going out in a blaze of glory, Chariots on Fire is one way to get there. Driven by inflammation and galvanized by heat, you can be sure these steeds will swiftly carry you towards whatever may be ahead. Featuring SampleScience Pianotone 600, piano, drums, and orchestral strings, brass, and woodwinds.
Topics: synthesizer, soundtrack, orchestral
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Follow the bunny down the rabbit hole - find out how deep and how far it goes. Whatever you find, don't take the bait - this bunny may binge, but it never runs late. Featuring rabbity synthesizers and mangled drums.
Topics: dark, electronic, synthesizer
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Wave-particle duality is amazing, and enables us to explain light without it needing a medium to pass through. Yet there is still an odd romance to the old notions of such a luminiferous aether, as if it would be a physical manifestation of notions of universal connectedness and commonality. It may not actually exist, but that need not limit our imagination. Featuring atmospheric choral and percussive sounds, bamboo, strings, acoustic guitar, and electric guitar with seemingly infinite reverb.
Topics: electronic, atmospheric, experimental
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When you venture out, beware! Conventional concerns include lions, tigers, and bears, but more exotic risks lurk in unknown lands. Hic sunt dracones - here be dragons - and their wobbly wily ways. Featuring orchestral strings, brass, low woodwinds, piano, harp, drums, synthesizers, vocals, and effects.
Topics: orchestral, epic, fusion
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The Thing was uncertain - naturally cautious, and aware of how it was typically received, it didn't want to cause a scene. Yet it hungered - yearned - not a rapacious desire but a measured craving. Satiation lay Out There, with The People. The Thing knew what was needed - to journey and join them, and seek the satisfaction that lay beyond. Featuring a crawly growly wobbly thingy synthesizer, drums, a pulsing bass, and a distant guitar.
Topics: synthesizer, improvisation, rock
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Fantastic journeys, fantastic distances - the space between can overshadow the endpoints. Where we start and where we end fade - we are simply away from home. Featuring sentimental strings, synthesizer, drums, and piano.
Topics: strings, electronic, fusion
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Many people go many places in their life. Some go for obligations, others for pleasure, and others for a mix of the two. But wherever they go, a return to home is a welcome thing - especially when it is to be with those you are closest too. This original jazz waltz features a quartet of clarinet, piano, brushed drums, and upright bass.
Topics: acoustic, jazz, improvisation
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Once upon a time there was a bunny. She enjoyed listening to trains, and one day she went to the train station so she could ride one. The conductor, Jack (who lived in a box), asked her what her favorite letter was, and she said R - R is for Bunny! Featuring toy piano, female vocalist, upright bass, drum kit, xylophone, whistles, a jack-in-the-box, and other toys and effects.
Topics: children, toys, upbeat
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Attaining purposeful goals is perhaps the only true reason for celebration, and in that spirit this festive track commemorates the timely accomplishment of desired objectives. Featuring electric guitar and bass, pop drum kit, and both guitar and synth lead sounds, with an upbeat solo.
Topics: rock, electric guitar, improvisation
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Something else. I have noticed that they also tend to carry a security cover that just allows you to show a holocall on your helmet or so. It's a little fiddly, but once you get the hang of it, it's very convenient. Bread: Honey, why don't you go down to the marketplace, and meet up with me and your brother? Honey: I'll be there in a minute. Bread: All right then. Featuring a ragtag band of less demanding virtual instruments, synthesizers, dolphins, roosters, lead synth oboe, horse, jazz fusion...
Topics: synthesizer, fusion, surreal
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There are many fanfares in this world, solemnly honoring or impressively declaring or otherwise arpeggiating over lovely simple harmonic ratios. This track explores a few ratios outside the ordinary for such works, showing that solemnity and grooving are not mutually exclusive. Featuring flugelhorn backed by low brass, upright bass, and various percussion (snare, bass drum, cajón, and udu).
Topics: jazz, fusion, improvisation
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Feet lack eyes - thus being underfoot and underseen are often intimately related. Noise blinds, insomuch as it obfuscates signal, and blundering ahead regardless will only flatten the situation further. Featuring electric bass, guitars, synthesizer, drums, stomping, and shouting.
Topics: rock, metal, electric guitar
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Picture a pitcher - clear as glass. Inside the pitcher is only gas. That is clear too, with minimal mass. This is the picture - this too shall pass. This neoclassical homage to Philip Glass features piano, orchestral strings and woodwinds, female choir, organ, timpani, and tubular bells.
Topics: orchestral, atmospheric, neoclassical
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Social interactions take many forms, yet follow comparatively few patterns. One such pattern is the eerily obligatory encounters of those supposedly enmeshed, yet evidently divergent. Whether through habit or neglect, persistent changes over time can shift the familiar to the alien - yet we strain to see the recognizable long after it has departed. Featuring orchestra, piano, organ, drums, synthesizer, and female voice.
Topics: orchestral, synthesizer, experimental
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POWER - BIOS - OPERATING SYSTEM - APPLICATION\n POWER - BIOS - OPERATING SYSTEM - APPLICATION\n PLEASURE - BIOS - OPERATING SYSTEM - APPLICATION\n POWER - BIOS - OUTRAGE AND DEPRESSION - APPLICATION\n PLEASURE - BOREDOM - OUTRAGE AND DEPRESSION - APPLICATION\n PLEASURE - BOREDOM - OUTRAGE AND DEPRESSION - ASPIRATION
Topics: synthesizer, computer, boot, start, trumpets, click, fan, windows, vox, vocaloid
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Over the airwaves, at the speed of light. Through space itself, and nothing else. Shimmer and beats, with plenty of bass. Radiovac. Featuring electric keys, guitar, bass, drum machine, synth, and radio static.
Topics: electronic, bass, synthesizer
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As long as there is fuel, burning sustains. As long as burning sustains, burning spreads. As long as burning spreads, burning suffers. Beware the slow burn. Featuring piano, electric bass, guitars, and drum kit.
Topics: rock, electric guitar, piano
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Blues are better with friends - voices joining together, commiseratively celebrating sundry circumstances. The late great mastodon may seem an odd emblem of social interaction, but its prehistoric ways have a lot to teach us. Featuring an amiable collection of instruments - clarinet, upright bass, piano, mallet-played drum kit, and flugelhorn.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, improvisation, blues
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It came to me in a dream... there are others who have kissed the fox... extreme... extreme... Featuring surreal synthesizers, effects, french horn, and Mellotron flutes.
Topics: synthesizer, improvisation, surreal, strange
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One day while gazing at a pond, Roy G. Biv happened upon a remarkable thing - colors underwater. Colors reflect on the surface for all to see, but for those who probe deeper the reward is innovative hues of a new spectrum. Mediums modify messages, and wavelengths are a function of their context. Featuring assorted synthesized and synthetically modified sounds.
Topics: electronic, easy, improvisation
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Simplicity. Structure. Pattern. Persistence. The ordinary and the exotic are not mutually exclusive. Featuring female voice, synth drums and bass, and a range of ordinarily exotic sounds including granular oboe and guitar harmonics.
Topics: synthesizer, vocal, oboe
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First, counting - then, thinking - and finally, playing. Robots are slowly but surely mastering the skills that make us human, but rather than mourn, this track celebrates that progression. Featuring a synthetic big band (trumpets, piano, guitar, bass, drums) and virtual clarinet solo.
Topics: jazz, synthesis, big band, improvisation
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Not all discoveries lead to the expected - and not all changes are as they appear. What hath science wrought? And which is the greater beast? Behold: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde!
Topics: synthesizer, electronic, jazz, improvisation
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Plonk. A minor major walks into a bar. Plonk. 8 ball in corner pocket. Plonk. Featuring piano, synthesizer, strings, and effects.
Topics: experimental, atmospheric, improvisation
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When the tension of phonetic ambiguity weighs on you, you must take a step back. You deserve a fresh breath, and a moment to rest. You need Calm with a K - featuring electric keys, strings, winds, soprano sax, trumpet, synthesizer, and drum machine.
Topics: experimental, fusion, peaceful
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Forsooth, art thou vexed with the iniquities of divining a location apt for a picknick, free of insectoid intervention? Mayhaps it is best to simply choose without undo discernment, and accept the inevitability of eusocial attendance. If all else fails, one can simply indulge in the blues. Featuring a jazz quartet of clarinet, upright bass, electric guitar, and drums.
Topics: jazz, blues, acoustic, improvisation
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Even the smallest creatures can have grand ambitions. In this orchestral track, witness as a story of struggle and perseverance unfolds. Will our nefarious protagonists ever succeed in their quest? Or will they simply have to try again another night? Featuring bassoon, oboe, and trumpet, backed by choir and full orchestra with a percussive complement including snare drum, triangle, and tom-toms.
Topics: orchestral, soundtrack, humor
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The etymology of "computer bug" is actual physical insects getting into and causing issues in enormous vacuum tube computers. Modern technology is crazily more complex, and thus deserves more complicated problems - monkeys in the machine. These chip monkeys cause issues beyond comprehension, yet ultimately reflect our own absurdity in how we use our toys. Featuring a variety of appropriately chippy 8-bit sounds.
Topics: jazz, blues, 8-bit, crunch, improvisation, solo, walking bass, synthesizer
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Sprung from earth itself, and always clinging to it - autochthons are perhaps the truest rock fans of all time. In fact, given the overwhelmingly ferrous composition of the planet, they are indeed archetypes of heavy metal. Natural aggression thus is to be expected from the autochthonous of the world. What is the cost of this supposed purity? Featuring electric guitar, bass, and drums.
Topics: rock, electric guitar, distortion, hard, metal, aggressive, greek
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Groomin' - hangin out with my hoomin. Groomin' - keepin' my fur clean. Groomin' - getting ready for some zoomin'! But now I'm groomin', for that special sheen. Featuring cat, alto sax, upright bass, tack piano, drum kit, shakers, and backing singers.
Topics: vocal, cat, humor
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As old as time and cold as space - the Sentinel is watching. Patrolling the depths and surveilling from afar - the Sentinel is watching. Seeing all in its unending journey - the Sentinel is watching. Featuring guitar, choir, synthesizer, orchestra, drums, and shaker.
Topics: orchestral, synthesizer, atmospheric
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It's come together - mostly. The outline is apparent, the conclusion intimated - but something is still missing. Resolution requires more than crispness, it requires intentional composition of requisite elements. For now, we will trace around it - it is upon the perceiver to mentally consummate. Featuring unaccompanied clarinet.
Topics: clarinet, improvisation, solo
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How does one charm a serpent? Slither hither and discover. Jazzy chromaticism coupled with a hyponotic melody may just do the trick. Featuring effected duduk (Kazbek Winds by Libre Wave), piano, and brushed drums.
Topics: contrafact, improvisation, jazz
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Going around and around, seeking a sound and a sound - samples from which to craft a rotational opus. One four six five, two five one - things come and go, til there's none. And here we are, spinning, in the tank. Featuring Alan Parsons grand piano, acoustic guitar strums, vintage rock drum kit, chamber strings, an 80s-style bassline, and a synth lead - all from SampleTank.
Topics: experimental, jazz, electronic
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What's that, in the corner of the carton? There's an egg that is unlike its shelled brethren. An egg that stands out, and has a unique fate. Though a tad overwhelmed, this egg will nevertheless strive and embrace the journey ahead. Super Egg Go! Featuring synthesizers, distorted electric bass, drums, strings, and assorted effects.
Topics: electronic, experimental, surreal
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The Funk has returned to its home planet in an attempt to rescue the beat from the clutches of the square conductor Arturo the Quick. Little do they know that Lord Harpsichord has secretly begun construction of a new mechanized instrument even more powerful than the first dreaded metronomes. When completed, this ultimate contraption will spell certain quantization for the small band of musicians struggling to restore funky freshness to the galaxy... Featuring flute, electric bass, jazz guitar,...
Topics: funk, jazz, improvisation
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Paying penance need not be unidirectional. Those who owe may be owed, and those owed are not beyond reproach. It is often asked who watches the watchmen - perhaps the real question is who counts the tabulators. Featuring female voice, orchestra, and a rock band of electric guitar, bass, and drums.
Topics: orchestral, rock, fusion
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It is a dark time for the Funk. Although the Square Beat has been destroyed, Square troops have driven the Funky forces from their hidden base and pursued them across many tonalities. Evading the dreaded Square Dancers, a group of syncopated musicians led by a funky tenor sax has established a new secret riff in the remote key of Bb minor. The antiquated Lord Harpsichord, obsessed with finding the tenor, has dispatched thousands of remote metronomes into the far reaches of rhythmic space....
Topics: jazz, funk, improvisation, fusion
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Having arrived at Iritjinga, our intrepid explorers are in for a surprise - they're not alone. However, they were not entirely unprepared for this eventuality. Will they withstand the mysterious ambush and continue their journey? This track portrays their struggle with a fusion of synthesizers, orchestral instruments (trumpet and strings), and really big drums.
Topics: orchestral, soundtrack, fantasy, electronic, fusion
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Emerging from an unknown place. Claims of a superior race. The greatest threat we will face. An experience we cannot erase. Ants in my Pants. Featuring synthesizers, voice, large drums, and piano.
Topics: synthesizer, vocal, scary
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Frogs poison, frogs cure, frogs party - and they are sure to bring cake. Celebrating the release of Happy Birthday into the public domain, this gypsy jazz style track features acoustic guitar, bass, drums, and clarinet.
Topics: jazz, improvisation, acoustic
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Buzzing, tantalizing, coursing through our nerve endings - we all know it's best not to scratch an itch, but what if it is in self-defense? Folly, you may say, but let those who don't itch cast dermatological judgment. Featuring a variety of scratchy itchy scrapey synthy stringy blippy clicky sounds.
Topics: strings, synthesizer, itchy, scratch, scrape, buzz, buzzy, cowbell, improvisation
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The ambiguity of language is simultaneously obfuscating and welcoming. We can connect to a variety of vocalizations, even if we do not properly understand them. But lest you be lulled into a sense of universality, recall that such expression is inevitably a shadow of an inner state. Featuring vocal shouts, orchestra with solo violin and trumpet, piano, and synthesizer.
Topics: orchestral, synthesizer, fusion
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Paul Desmond likely intended his seminal cool jazz work, "Take Five", to refer to taking a brief respite from labor. However, an alternative interpretation is that of taking multiple attempts to record a desired artistic feat. In that spirit, this work imagines a take that occurred slightly later in the session - two takes later, perhaps. Featuring a jazz quartet of piano, upright bass, drums, and clarinet.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, improvisation, odd meter, contrafact
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Every foot is unique, and accordingly so is every shoe. Some shoes are for lounging, others for hiking, others for dancing - and some shoes are just plain old outgoing. Featuring a salsa band of trumpet, trombone, saxophone, percussion, piano, bass, marimba, and backing singers.
Topics: acoustic, world, salsa
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Repeat repeat, rep, eat. Distract, discover, diss, cover. Hambugler; Featuring unaccompanied clarinet.
Topics: improvisation, jazz, acoustic
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This track features authentic Chinese instruments, including the distinctively reedy hulusi as well as strummed guzheng and blown ocarina. A variety of gongs, bells, drones, and pads round out the instrumentation, with a bit of percussive hitting and an odd sproing in the background.
Topics: fantasy, fusion, world
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When substance is stylistic, what is the boundary between substance and style? Perhaps one has already made it, yet is still slapdash in their artistry - is that fakery, or efficiency? Perhaps it is both, depending on context. Muse while enjoying this bit of orchestral artistry, featuring strings, brass, woodwinds, and percussion.
Topics: orchestral, timpani, cymbals
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It's not easy being number one. You always end up playing second fiddle, reliably supporting and waiting for your time to shine. And that time will come - in the second verse, with the next generation of this trek through the stars. This jazz swing chart features vibraphone, trombone, upright bass, brushed drums, and piano.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, improvisation
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My salad days, / When I was green in judgment, cold in blood, / To say as I said then.
Topics: clarinet, jazz, dixie, improvisation
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Deep in the chocolate lies treasure beyond imagining. Sure, there's sugar, and cocoa, and probably other flavors and maybe weird chemicals if it's industrially produced. But there *must* be something more to explain the mysterious draw of this potent substance. Featuring bass, synth flute, drums, and keys - as smooth as the chocolate they honor.
Topics: electric bass, drum kit, synthesizer, uplifting, rhodes
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There will be bells, so many bells, all here to say, beware this day. The bells are here, ringing so near, to young and old, meek and the bold. Oh how they pound, raising their sound, o'er hill and dale, telling their tale. There will be bells, so many bells, all here to say, beware this day. Featuring, exclusively, desk bell (from Soundiron) and effects.
Topics: holiday, rock, mixed meter
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Frogs hop, skip, jump - and occasionally, poison. Beware this insidious twist, and enjoy this circuitous track.
Topics: synthesis, improvisation
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Not all journeys proceed in a clear fashion - some are towards a less-seen path. Come along on an expedition into the inevitable unknown, and remember that it is always darkest before the light. Featuring full orchestra (brass, strings, woodwinds, drums, gong, harp) and solo soprano vocalist.
Topics: orchestral, acoustic, scary, fantasy
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Kitty on a cruise ship, what'll it ever do there? Knock things overboard! The day is the night and the night is the day - and it's not even that hard. Beware felines who bop things in the night, lest something unintentionally disembark. This bop-gypsy fusion features acoustic and electric guitars, acoustic bass, piano, and drums.
Topics: jazz, guitar, improvisation
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Music has always had repetition. Music has always had repetition. But now it is more programmatic than ever. But now it is more programmatic than ever. Yet it can still have unexpected twists. Yet it can still have unexpected twists. Featuring guitar, guitar, bass, bass, drums, drums, and effects effects.
Topics: loop, loops, rock, electric, amplified, repetition
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Difficult to fathom, yet carrier of invaluable signal. Seemingly simplistic, brevity belying rapid revisions. Capable of conceptual metamorphosis - or causing comatoseness. Featuring a variety of smooth, clicky, tricky synthesizers. Behold - the Method of Moments.
Topics: electronic, jazz, improvisation
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The story is yet to be written. Though uncertain, the excitement is palpable. An array of opportunities unfolds - A New Beginning. Featuring trumpet, glockenspiel, timpani, orchestral strings and woodwinds, and a Klingon choir.
Topics: orchestral, soundtrack, fantasy
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We are told it is not the destination, but the journey that is of import. Is this truism truly true? Perhaps, as with most things, it depends on the situation. The journey and the destination may have much in common, but the distinction can be equally important. Featuring slow synthesizers that will make you wonder if you're there yet.
Topics: electronic, synthesizer, atmospheric
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I, Adventurous Eye, will boldly seek to see the unknown. Eye, Adventurous I, am unafraid of the unusual. I, Adventurous Eye, embrace the form and function of symmetry and asymmetry, balance and imbalance. Featuring piano, organ, drums, strings, synthesizer, and flute.
Topics: electronic, acoustic, fusion
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A life lived. Primate pizzazz, persevering - to a point. A plunky monkey ponders, reflecting on what came before, and might continue after. Featuring a plunky synthesizer, electric guitar and bass, drum machine, steel tongue drum, and ethereal wobbling effects.
Topics: rock, electric guitar, synthesizer
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Life is largely water - perhaps that is why youth has long been fabled to come in fountain form. It is true that the right salves and ointments go a long way - but beware promises that give all and require little. Like a reflection in a fountain, they may look pleasing, but vanish when pressed. Featuring orchestral strings and woodwinds, synthesizers, flute, piano, drums, and birds.
Topics: orchestral, synthesizer, fusion
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Blind mice are not the only things that come in three - music has often exhorted us to sing repeatedly, and this track continues that tradition. Featuring a jazz big band (sax, trumpet, trombone, upright bass, drums, electric guitar, and piano) with solo clarinet and vocals by the virtual singer Alys.
Topics: jazz, big band, vocal
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Some music is for listening, and some is for moving. The salsero glides for the guaracha, and moves for the mambo. May the music spark you to move as well. Featuring voice, piano, baby bass, tenor sax, trombone, trumpet, and lots of percussion.
Topics: salsa, world, acoustic
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In most dances, participants step - to cha-cha, you shuffle. Enjoy this cha-cha, with a twist. Featuring muted trumpet, piano, upright bass, and assorted percussion.
Topics: jazz, trumpet, cha-cha
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New Year’s Resolutions: (1) Exercise and so forth, (2) V6/4-V-I, (3) Forget about the above and enjoy this 5/4 swing clarinet rendition of Auld Lang Syne. The clarinet is accompanied by a jazz quartet (piano, drums, upright bass, and vibraphone), with a fireworks celebration at the end.
Topics: jazz, acoustic, improvisation, holiday
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Where there's smoke, there's particulate matter. Spreading yet not dissipating, replacing parts of our millions with fetid toxicity. Reflexively, we recoil - reactively, we rally. But the true solution is a deeper understanding and appreciation of the system around us. Featuring orchestra complemented by granular synthesis.
Topics: orchestral, synthesizer, fusion
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Space is quite far  apart. Within it, you  explore, and find new  strangeness. This isn't the  space you were looking for, and yet it is  what you sought.  Unexpected, and of  different composition - yet space,  nonetheless. Featuring unaccompanied  clarinet, with  creative reverb.
Topics: improvisation, solo, clarinet
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Lurking in the distance. A drama untold, a mystery unsolved. Unresolved, yet still it unfolds. Featuring full orchestra, with dark strings and heroic brass.
Topics: orchestral, acoustic, dark
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In the pasture, the peaceful pasture, the cow moos tonight. To most, a moo is just reverberant noise. But to those who pay attention, there is signal - the cow is calculating. What is the significance of these cowculations? Only a bovine mind can say for sure. Featuring drums, electric bass, various cow-inspired synthesizers, and of course - cowbells!
Topics: synthesizer, drums, cow, cowbells, moo, electric bass, calculation, math, calculus, cymbals, crash
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The top, the summit, the paragon of pedigrees and peak of paradigms. Nonesuch nonpareil rivals the exemplary apotheosis of distinction, the archetypical epitome - the Ultimint. Featuring synthesizer, plucks, bass, drums, strings, and assorted fresh brassy sounds, meant to model mint.
Topics: synthesizer, electronic