An elegant and fragile rendition of 'To A Wild Rose' from the works collectively known as the 'Woodland Sketches' by Edward MacDowell, Originally written for piano, this version beautifully rearranges the piece of harp and two violins.
A developing, unfolding track that starts quietly and builds. A feeling of activity, awakening, springtime. Something stirring, growing, approaching. A great sense of amazement and wonderment. Piano, harp, strings and bells.
Sparse, transparent, slowly pulsating, airy chords in wide open spaces. Mellow, dreamy, reflective. A very gentle and understated and chilled-out rhythm follows. Delicate, luxurious, smooth
A big orchestral Hollywood like mystery, suspense theme. Subtle and low intensity at first, sweeping, dramatic and powerful as being developed. Sense of mystery and intrigue, development, an unfolding story, with an underlying, almost inviting, darkness.
A quirky and lighthearted track with pizzicato strings, glockenspiel, xylophone, marimba, harp and other unusual instruments. Quirky sections followed by beautiful and loving sections dominated by the harp.
Sneaky, threatening, pensive, semi-orchestral rhythmic underscore. Use to illustrate danger, lurking enemies, suspicion and uneasy feeling, the sense of a threat hiding behind the next turn.
An epic orchestral composition. Emotional and Vivid. Great underscore for fantasy game, animation or as a movie soundtrack. Strings, Choirs, Orchestral Percussion and Beautiful sounds of Harp.