A mysterious and dramatic orchestral track. You can just imagine an old wizard dusting off ancient tomes in his underground study and discovering the secrets of an arcane, forgotten magic.
He’s so terrible he’ll cuddle you to death if you get anywhere near him! Quirky Jon Brion-esque pop tune about a Shakespearian cat. The Prince of Cats.
A deliberate, slow collage of sound with guitar, drums, synth pads and bass and clarinet in flute in the background. Ends with solo clarinet (alternate version without clarinet ending).
An orchestral track reminiscent of Danny Elfman's film scores. A dark, quirky waltz with thick trombones, strings, choir and bells. Softens near the end with a solo celeste, harp and pizzicato strings. Very cinematic. Looping.
A funky ethereal track with wild choral voices, brushed drum set, harp and electronic synths and pads. Originally designed to be used as a gameplay loop.
A touching, emotional piece with piano at the forefront. Very cinematic, but could work in a variety of ways. Beautiful, tender and simple.
A playful, magical track. Harp, bells, mallets, strings and vocals lend a whimsical air to the proceedings. Perfect for gameplay or anything that requires a seamless loop. Has a childlike, fantasy quality.
A moody strings-only track reminiscent of Angelo Badalamenti's soundtracks for David Lynch films. Very slow, dark sustained chords evoke a dreamy, tragic state of mind.
Commercial length piece with full orchestra and choir. Begins with solo trumpet and then briefly swells into a hopeful, proud moment with the entire orchestra. Returns to solo trumpet as it ends. It's short, but it tells a story.
A playful adventurous piece for orchestra. Melodies weave back and forth between brass, strings and woodwinds. The middle section has a funny, bumbling quality. The ending builds into a stronger epic statement.